The Kenya Defense Forces continues to be one of the leading armies in the continent and this is something that is reflected in its training programs.
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The Kenya Defense Forces is committed to ensuring that its officers are some of the best in not just Africa but the rest of the world.
Kenya Defense Forces Officers graduated with honors in a ceremony that was attended by Commander of The Kenya Air Force, Major General John Omenda.
Fifteen of the officers graduated with an Engineering Officers Course while 228 officers made it out with certificates and diplomas in Aeronautical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
While speaking at the event in Embakasi Garrisson, Major General John Omenda commended the graduands and wished them all the best in their new capacities in the Army of Kenya.
"The college which has continued to make great strides has become a college of National Defence University - Kenya (NDU-K) and has transitioned well into the new academic dispensation. It is expected through the NDU-K the college will be a great pillar forming a fundamental technical base to support industrialization of this great Nation," added the Commander of the Kenya Air Force.
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