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KDF repulse al shabaab militia in Garissa attack

FAILED AL SHABAAB ATTACK IN GARRISSA

The Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) has repulsed a group of suspected Al shabaab militia, who had launched an attack at a Chinese construction  camp  in Shimbirey  Garissa county. The gunmen were reportedly targeting construction workers working on a road in the area. KDF responded promptly and exchanged fire with the militants, forcing them to retreat. […]

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US DONATES ARMOURED VEHICLES TO KDF

US DONATES ARMOURED VEHICLES TO KDF

The US government has donated 12 Bastion Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) to the Kenya military in an effort to help the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) heighten border surveillance in the war against terrorism. The APCs will also aid in countering the threat posed by Improvised Explosive Devices along the porous Kenya-Somalia border. According to the […]

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KENYA WILL NOT  PULL KDF OUT OF SOMALIA SOON

KENYA WILL NOT PULL KDF OUT OF SOMALIA SOON

The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) is not pulling out of Somalia yet until the country attains full stability. According to President Uhuru Kenyatta, who was speaking during the 7th Annual KDF Day at Kenyatta Barracks in Gilgil, Nakuru County over the weekend, Kenya cannot afford to let down its guard until the complex transnational terror […]

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KDF pays tribute to  El Adde attack fallen soldiers

TWO YEARS AFTER EL-ADDE ATTACK

A commemoration of the Kenya Defence Force (KDF) soldiers killed in the 2016 El Adde attack, took place on Monday in a low key ceremony at the 9th Kenya riffles base at Moi barracks in Eldoret. Only relatives of the fallen soldiers were allowed in the highly guarded military camp. In January 17, 2016, Al-Shabaab […]

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The British Army have been training in Kenya since 1945

BRITISH ARMY TO PULL OUT OF KENYA?

IS THE UK-KENYA GOVERNMENT ROW OVER MILITARY TRAINING ALL IT SEEMS? Since the end of the Second World War the British Army has used the area around Archers Post in Samburu County as a training ground for its troops, and since the 1950s maintained a substantial military camp in Nanyuki as a base for training […]

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