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KDF: Defence Ministry Heads of Department Wrap Up Successful Team-Building Exercise

The Defence Ministry's heads of department recently wrapped up a two-day team-building exercise aimed at maximizing their input to fulfill the Ministry's constitutional mandate. The forum brought together civilian and military components to create synergy and strengthen the workforce's cohesiveness.

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Defence Principal Secretary Patrick Mariru expressed gratitude for the successful workshop, stating that it achieved its intended purpose. He emphasized the significant role of the civilian component in providing support and administrative services to the military, with the soldier serving as the 'North Star' providing the roadmap to achieve the Ministry's overall goal.

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The heads of department's cooperation and support are crucial to fulfilling the Ministry's mandate, with the success of one department dependent on the support of others. The PS noted that this team-building exercise will be cascaded down to other levels of the workforce in the coming days.

Director of Strategy, Policy and Planning Kennedy Okondo hailed the forum's success, stating that the thematic areas covered enlightened them on various aspects such as commitment, synergy, and trust.

Team-Building exercises are essential in creating a stronger and cohesive workforce, enabling departments to work together towards achieving the Ministry's overall goal. The Defence Ministry's heads of department's cooperation and support are crucial, and it is encouraging to see that the workshop achieved its intended purpose.

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Defence Defence Ministry PS Patrick Mariru


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