Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) has today been commended for their dedicated efforts to bring down the militia group -Al-Shabaab.
The militia group has for decades reduced Somalia and its environs to melancholy. And as the Kenya Defence Forces endeavour to help Somalia nation after a long stretch of civil war, they are still battling an insurgency of Al-Shabaab.
Today, however, news has emerged exposing the mild and meteoric brilliance that KDF are using to approach the war against Al-Shabaab.
As tabled by reports, the Kenyan army has proclaimed having provided free medical services for more than 150 people in Kulbiyow of the Lower Juba region. By providing medical services to elderly men, women and children, the Kenyan army expects that in return they will gain support from the locals in fighting against the Al Shabab group.
This follows yet another good news touching on how the Somali army managed to take over Sina Dhako area from the militia group. This together with the recent move from KDF explains the security forces efforts in defeating the Militia group.
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