Defence Cabinet Secretary Hon. Aden Duale and the Chairman of Kenya Sports Shooting Federation, Mr. Mohamed Shoiab Vayani, held a meeting at the Defence Headquarters in Nairobi on March 3, 2023. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss matters of mutual interest and cooperation between the two institutions.
During the meeting, the leaders discussed various issues of convergence and military cooperation between the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and the Kenya Sports Shooting Federation. They also explored potential areas of future cooperation in the defense sector.
The meeting highlights the importance of collaboration and partnership between different institutions in the country, especially in areas that promote national security and development. It is expected that the discussions will lead to fruitful collaborations between the two institutions, leading to enhanced sports shooting capabilities in the country.
This meeting follows a series of similar engagements between different government agencies and private sector organizations, all aimed at promoting partnerships and collaborations towards achieving national development goals.
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