A BBC employees member hailed by colleagues as “tireless in her efforts” to make the world a greater place has been killed in Nairobi.
Kate Mitchell, a senior undertaking supervisor at BBC Media Motion who had labored for the broadcaster for 14 years, was killed within the Kenyan capital on 19 November.
The BBC described Ms Mitchell as a “much-loved member of employees”, well-known for her work in Ethiopia, South Sudan, Zambia and London.
The International, Commonwealth and Growth Workplace and BBC Media Motion are at present working collectively to research additional what occurred.
Ms Mitchell’s brother, Peter Mitchell, paid tribute to her and mentioned: “Kate was a deeply beloved daughter, sister and pal, and we’re solely starting to understand the magnitude of her loss.
“Kate beloved her work and was tireless in her efforts to make the world a greater place. She leaves behind many, many beloved associates and colleagues world wide.
“We need to lengthen our sympathies to everybody who knew, labored with and beloved her, and our honest thanks for the various messages of consolation we’ve obtained.
“We’re working with FCDO (International, Commonwealth and Growth Workplace), and with Kate’s colleagues at BBC Media Motion to grasp what occurred.”
Caroline Nursey, BBC Media Motion chief government officer, mentioned: “We’re all shocked and horrified by this horrible information.
“Kate was a much-loved member of employees, and was well-known throughout our complete organisation, particularly by our groups in Ethiopia, South Sudan, Zambia, and London.
“We ship our deepest condolences to her household and her many associates world wide.”
The FCDO confirmed officers had been involved with the Kenyan authorities who’re main an investigation.
A spokeswoman mentioned: “We’re offering help to the household of a British nationwide who has died in Kenya.
“Our ideas are with their household at this troublesome time.”