Freedom of the City of London by Servitude
Posted: 18 December 2018
At 11.30am on 18th December 2018 the Company’s former Apprentice, now Freeman, Kehinde (Kenny) Mosuro became the youngest Freeman of the City of London – for at least for 40 minutes until the next Freeman was installed. He was granted his Freedom by Servitude by Murray Craig, Clerk to the Chamberlain’s Court – seen below – in a short ceremony at Guildhall which was witnessed by his mother and twin brother.
Kenny was nominated for the apprentice scheme by The Business Academy, Bexley (now the Harris Garrard Academy) and was inroled in a 4-year apprenticeship, alongside his Apprentice Master Freeman Nigel Horsfall, at the Common Hall meeting of the Court on 26 November 2014. Kenny was an enthusiastic and active apprentice who was granted his Company Freedom at Common Hall on 22 November 2018. He now joins the Company’s Young Members.