Congratulations to Dr. Were! What an Honor to her and her family...

[SIZE=7]Japan Emperor Gifts Kenyan Doctor Highest Honour[/SIZE]
[li]By DENIS MWANGI on 1 December 2020 - 7:56 pm[/li]
Professor Miriam Were speaking at a past forum

[li]Kenyan doctor and scholar Professor Miriam Were has been honored by The Emperor of Japan at an event represented by Ambassador of Japan to Kenya Horie Ryoichi.[/li]According to a statement by Japan’s Embassy in Kenya, Were was conferred the decoration of the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays at the envoy’s official residence in Nairobi.
While it is the third highest order bestowed by the Japanese government, Were’s medal is however generally the highest ordinarily conferred order.
The highest Japanese order, the Order of the Chrysanthemum, is reserved for heads of state or royalty, while the second-highest order, the Order of the Paulownia Flowers, is mostly reserved for politicians.
The conferment ceremony was held in line with the Covid-19 guidelines and health protocols at the embassy.
The decoration was conferred to acknowledge her contribution to the development of global health as well as her ardent dedication in bolstering Kenya-Japan bilateral relations in health and human exchange areas.


Congratulations to Prof. Were on that honour

Noma sana

Brilliant lady

How much is it worthwhile

Miriam Khamadi Were wrote a famous poem called ‘They ran out of mud’