Kenya Could Now Use Military To Protect It's Maritime Boarder In Row Against Somalia.(Opinion)
In an attempt to protect all it's boarders, with the current boarder row being the maritime boarder row between Kenya and Somalia, the government could now be forced to use the military force to ensure that it's maritime boarder is well protected from the claims by Somalia.
During the Friday announcement by the Foreign Affairs Principle Secretary PS Macharia Kamau, he stated that Kenya will not recognize the rulling by the International Court Of Justice (ICJ) next week Tuesday.
During this presser, the Kenya Airforce Commander General Ogolla was present and this communicated a message as the military could be used to protect the Kenyan maritime boarder from Somalia as losing it to Somalia will be of very great disadvantage to the country.
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