Brigadier Yahya Abdi, Commander Kenya Navy Base (KNB) Mtongwe has today led the Kenya Navy fraternity in marking the 58th Kenya Navy (KN) Day at Lieutenant Colonel Kimaro stadium at the Kenya Navy Headquarters, Mombasa County.
He advised the Spiritual and Mental Health departments to promptly address issues of mental health among Sailors since emotional, psychological and social well-being is vital for effective performance at work.
In his speech, Brigadier Abdi emphasized on the importance of welfare to a soldier and the need to take care of a soldier’s family.
“I appreciate the KN welfare Centre for striving to meet the needs of every soldier. Let every soldier manage his/her welfare also. Beware of traffic accidents and avoid them. Your safety comes first. Register with DESACCO and make savings,” he urged.
During the event, various skits and poems were performed. Service Personnel, both officers and service members engaged in sports activities among them combative display, tug of war and a football match.
The event culminated with colorful performance by the KN band. From the KN day we wish you all Happy Holidays
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