Photo. Updf Officers
Kenya Police have arrested two officers of the Uganda Defence Forces for being in the country illegally. It's clear that most of the Uganda Defence Forces officers have focused on mistreating Kenyans at the fishing points.
Here is a link: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/realtime/2022-12-12-kenyan-police-arrest-ugandan-military-officer/
It's not clear of what armed military officers from Uganda were doing in the country yet they are supported to be at their border points. The UPDF officers were arrested few days after General Muhoozi threatened to invade Kenya.
Kenya has vowed to partner with Uganda on matters mutual interest and respect. The president of Kenya William Ruto has warned that Kenya will guard it's territory fully and ensure it's not threatened by anyone.
The military officers from Uganda will be taken in court in Kenya so that they can explain of their intention and purpose. President Ruto has vowed to ensure that Kenya is not threatened by Uganda by whichever means.
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