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"We Cannot Be Threatened" Uhuru Says in a KDF Graduation Event As He Unveils New Military Plans

President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that Kenya will no longer be threatened and that it will fight for what belongs to it through its soldiers. According to him, the country is ready to protect its boarders by all means.

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He said the country will upscale its investments in the military, amidst the border and other territorial threats.

The president was addressing over 4,000 new KDF recruits, who were graduating to servicemen and women during a pass out parade at a Recruits Training College in Uasin Gishu County.

Last month, the International Court of Justice, in a ruling, drew a new boundary between Kenya and Somalia; a decision that Kenya has disregarded. Uhuru in his view said that the country will continue to fight for what is rightfully hers.

"You are joining the ranks of our Defense Forces at a very consequential time in our nation's history. We need you to stand firm in your mission to defend the country," said Uhuru.

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