Kenya has the record of being the only African Country that has legally invaded another African country, and conduct military operations, and yielded results.
This has put Kenya on the map of being one of the continent's superpower, and with that, it has forced the government to increase the budget allocations for the service men.
In the recent days, president Uhuru while on state visit to DRC, was asked by his counterpart the president of Congo, if he can send troops to help bring peace to the region, a request which he gladly accepted.
But yesterday President Uhuru was in Thika barracks in Kiambu county, where he presided over the launch of assorted military equipment.
The Kenya Defence force used the opportunity to showcase some of their equipments, some which are out of this world, and only military men can understand.
This is not the first time that we are witnessing the men in uniform showcasing what the y have in store, as previously during national holidays, they give the public a glimpse of what power they posses.
Yesterday over twenty extra armored vehicles were on show, with tankers, military tracks, super riffles and bullets, as well as the explosives, to show but some of the few, that the country is ready to put to use, should the need arises.
Part of tankers and armored vehicles.
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