Photo Courtesy; Ex Defence CS Raychelle Omamo in a past action. Only used for illustration purposes.
Former Cabinet Secretary for Defence Raychelle Omamo has today made a rare public appearance where he attended a Kenya Defence Forces function.
Raychelle Omamo who has not been spotted in public functions for a long time since she left the cabinet and was subsequently replaced by Aden Duale has today attended a function that was organised by the Kenya Military Wives Association, MWAK. The event was held in support of towards construction of a KDF special needs school.
Speaking at the event that was also graced by the outgoing MWAK chairperson Tabitha Kibochi and spouse to former Chief of Defence Forces General(Rtd) Robert Kibochi, the former Cabinet Secretary expressed her pride in MWAK and the entire Defence Forces while noting how they have always been determined and focussed on their projects.
Assistant Chief of Defence Forces Personnel and Logistics, (ACDF P&L) Major General David Keter was also at the event and on his part acknowledged the fact that KDF lacks facilities for special needs children hence the need for the construction project.
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