Peter Muteti Giving instructions
Today the Kenyan military held function at embakasi Barracks which was attended by among others a top military official who was tasked with ensuring that the military lands safely in Congo where they are expected to join the rest of the team in a position.
In today's event the military heads Kibochi together with his Vice Francis Ogolla were missing in Action when the team met up before their departure to the said States.
Today's function was led by major Peter Muteti who is the deputy army commander of the Republic of Kenya.
In today's meeting n the army commandant said that the Kenyan military is said to conquer the rebels who have continued to cause havoc in Congo which is currently experiencing a surge in human trafficking and acts against humanity.
The second batch is expected to leave the country anytime from now and proceeded to the west African country to oversee the mission which has been sponsored by the African Union and the international community.
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