Lieutenant General Peter Njiru has taken over as the new commander of the Kenya Army, promising to build on the successes of his immediate predecessor Lieutenant General Walter Koipaton.Njiru was promoted by President Kenyatta to succeed Koipaton who retires from the military after 40 years of service.
In a vivid custom on the Kenya Army base camp, the active Kenya Army commandant Lieutenant General Walter Koipaton outperformed over order on the grounds that the tactical manager to Lieutenant General Peter Mbogo following his meeting with the guide of utilizing President Uhuru Kenyatta weeks prior.
Lieutenant General Peter Mbogo who enlisted in the military as a trainee in 1985 served in loads of regimental limits among them Admin Officer, Adjutant, Battery Captain, Battery Commander and Instructor Air Defense Wing and have turned into a Commanding Officer in 2006.
Lieutenant General Njiru is an alum of the Royal College of Defense Studies Course in UK and he procured Master of Arts in International Security and Strategy from Kings College, London.
"I want to thank the officer in pioneer for choosing me on the grounds that the tactical authority. Following four years of initiative, you're leaving an absolutely succesful military this can safeguarding the country. We have apparent how the military permits the common authority while alluded to as upon," expressed Lieutenant General Walter Koipaton.
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