Kenyans reacted to the recent occasion that took place at the Traffic police training center where more than five thousand illicit firearms were destroyed.
According to the source, the event was presided by President Uhuru Kenyatta who arrived at the training center. More than 5114 firearms were recovered in the year 2020.
The president led several senior police officers who set fire on them and confirmed that they will be no longer in the hands of notorious civilians.
This comes barely months after a renowned Citizen journalist Purity Mwambia in edition dabbed 'Silaha Mtaani' exposed the Kenyan security sector for cooperating with criminals over firearm acquisition. Other people called upon police officers to recover more firearms saying that they still in the wrong hands outside there.
Kenyans online reacted after seeing the number of guns that were being possessed by unknown people and used in illegal activities. The government has promised to crackdown and recover more illicit firearms.
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