Recall that the British Prime Minister on Wednesday, August 28, met with President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja during her first-time visit to Africa as Prime Minister.
May said that Kenya holds a special place in the hearts of British people.
She said: "Today we are stepping up our partnership with Nigerian authorities to find traffickers and bring them to justice..."
According to the 2018 Economic survey, Kenya scored a favourable balance of trade after it exported Sh38.55 billion worth of goods to the United Kingdom previous year while it imported goods worth Sh30 billion.
"The UK's already the largest foreign investor in Kenya".
Together we will make sure the next generation of energetic, ambitious Kenyans can get good, well-paid jobs so they can contribute to Kenya's long-term prosperity.
"In short, the present value of Kenya-UK trade is nowhere near close to its full value".
This is a partnership for opportunity but it's also a partnership for our shared security and stability.
She added that cooperation on anti-terrorism and law enforcement was not one way.
According to the Herald, the deal also includes training to counter improvised explosive devices, £13 million to educate 100,000 children living in areas of conflict and developing the Nigerian government's procedures to respond to terror attacks.
Kenyan troops are part of a 22,000-strong African Union peacekeeping force fighting in neighbouring Somalia against al-Shabaab Islamist militants.
Earlier in her trip, May pledged $5.2 billion to support African economies. Sorry, I can't hear you...
"We welcome your commitment and drive to fight corruption".
Analysts have said that as Britain confronts the full impact of Brexit, African states will enter discussions from a position of strength, given the many other options they have for trade and military partners, from Russian Federation and China to the Gulf and Turkey.
She assured Kenya of continued access of Britain's markets through the current duty-free arrangement after the exit of Britain from the European Union.