KDF Wows Kenyans With Their Generous Donations To Needy Students
By Verifiednews_Ke | self meida writer
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The Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) are the most generous, kind, protective and hard-working troops in the country. They have been lauded for a number of reasons ans this time, they have given Kenyans a reason to smile and emulate them.
Due to their kindness and generosity, they decided to offer a school with a 20,000 liter tank including other items that the needy students in Bahati Primary School needed. The troops not only protect Kenyans and its territories but also support lives from all walks.
This is a good gesture that should be a emulated by each and every Kenyan since the forces are dedicated soldiers and a role models to all Kenyans out there. It is to their delight to see a peaceful country and seeing people living in harmony. Besides, they could love to witness people prosper and get out of any negative forces that can subject them to suffering.
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