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Department of Defense Will Launch A Number Of Projects That Wil contribute To National Development

Over the next 15 days, the Department of Defense (MoD), in line with its mandate to assist public officials and implement government directives, will launch a number of projects that contribute to the National Development Agenda.

These functions are performed by the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) alone or in partnership with other departments, departments and agencies. Other projects were initiatives by KDF and private companies while one was implemented by KDF in collaboration with academics. Each of these activities is presented at a very high level of expertise, demonstrating the expertise of MOD in general and the KDF in particular, and is a testament to our commitment to the constitutional commitment to contribute to the national aspirations of our country.

Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta will preside over the launch of the Kenya Defense Vehicles and Engineer Equipment at Thika Barracks. In the nature of our business, military morale and resources play a major role in the preparation and success of missions. This project, therefore, aims to improve the state of military readiness and speed.

In addition to enhancing the morale of the military, the project will support them to achieve results, ensure local integrity and sovereignty for our nation and protect civilians. Significantly, the project is being implemented by industry in an effort to promote the domestic industry through the Buy Kenya, Build Kenya policy. Toyota (Kenya), Isuzu East Africa, Mantrac (Kenya) and PRD Rigs (Kenya) local car dealers have entered into a framework agreement with MoD regarding the acquisition and delivery of a variety of downloads, trucks, travelers, drilling rigs and a wide range of engineering equipment.

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