In 1896 three Salvationists went to Kenya to work on the building of a new railway and made their witness while based at the Taru Camp. The first official meetings were held in Nairobi in April 1921, led by Lieut-Colonel and Mrs James Allister Smith. The first cadets were trained in 1923.
On 1 March 2008, the Kenya Territory was divided into two and the Kenya East Territory and Kenya West Territory were created.
Countries included in the territory: Kenya
Languages in which the gospel is preached: English, Kiswahili and a number of regional languages
Periodicals: Sauti ya Vita (The War Cry) (English and Kiswahili)
Commissioner Margaret Siamoya - Territorial Commander
Lieut-Colonel Daniel Imbiakha - Chief Secretary
Lieut-Colonel Nolega Imniakha - Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministries
PO Box 660
Tel:  (020) 249 3210
Officers 1,130 (active 887, retired 243)
Aux-Capts 11 Cadets 40 Employees 83
Corps 611 Outposts 784
Senior soldiers 129,882 Adherents 84
Junior Soldiers 124,515