Hundreds of military men from the Kilifi Barracks today congregated for an event that was presided over by the military boss Robert Kibochi. The chief of the defence forces landing in the area for today's event under heavy security from his juniors.
From the images shared by the Kenya defence forces on the social media the rise of the defence forces Francis Ogolla today was missing in Action during the entire event which brought together several Barracks from kilifi.
Today's event marking the first-ever chief of Defence forces visit to any military Barracks since the new administration took over the instruments of power a few days ago at a colourful event that was provided by the military at the kasarani Stadium.
Robert Kibochi visit a clear sign that his leadership is in control and that the route of administration is keen on ensuring that the plight of the forces in the country are well taken care of especially now that some of their men are serving as peace Ambassadors in different countries.
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