BATUK’s most senior officers meet communities in Archers Post area

BATUK Archers Post
Senior officers from BATUK visiting one of the communities in and around Archers Post. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

This week the most senior officers from the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK), including the Commander, have been visiting communities in and around Archers Post.

The visits have included a meeting held with the local elders, and BATUK were delighted with the number who attended.

BATUK holds the people of Archers Post in the highest regard and we look forward to continuing to work with you, peacefully and successfully.

BATUK Archers Post
BATUK meeting communities in and around Archers Post. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

The Unit have been involved in a number of community activities recently.

Along with the 101 Engineer Regiment EOD, also known as the Black Cats, they have been touring local schools, educating the children about the dangers of un-exploded ordnance and what to do if they discover any.

They have also enjoyed a traditional Kikweu Day, BATUK wives donated equipment to a preparatory school and volunteers helped to rebuild cages at the Mount Kenya Animal Orphanage.

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