NHS donates Bloodmobile truck to Kenya on Westgate terrorist attack anniversary

Nic Hailey at Westgate Memorial Blood Drive
Nic Hailey speaking at the Westgate Memorial Blood drive. Photo: Facebook/UKinKenya

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has donated a Bloodmobile Truck to Kenya on the anniversary of the Westgate terrorist attack.

In memory of those who lost their lives four years ago today during the the Westgate attack and in other terror attacks around the world, UK High Commissioner Nic Hailey joined Kenya’s First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, the Bloodlink Foundation and other dignitaries for a blood drive event, which included the handover of a bloodmobile truck.

Nic Hailey at Westgate Memorial Blood Drive
Nic Hailey joined Kenya’s First Lady for today’s blood drive event. Photo: Facebook/UKinKenya

The truck, which was donated by the UK’s National Health Service Blood and Transplant Authority, will help save lives in Kenya.

NHS Bloodmobile truck
The Bloodmobile Truck donated by the National Health Service Blood and Transplant Authority. Photo: Facebook/UKinKenya

Speaking at the event on International Peace Day, the British High Commissioner reiterated that the UK and Kenya will continue to fight together against the threat of terrorism, saying: “We stand in determination that terrorists will not divide us, it is a time we are reminded to stand in solidarity.”

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