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Reactions As Details of What President Uhuru Announced While in Mombasa Emerges

His Excellency President Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta's bid to unconditionally work for Kenyans has continued without ceasing despite of the ups and downs. He was in the Coastal region today where he discussed matters of national development and service delivery to all citizens together with other professional stakeholders.

According to the report issued from the office of the president through State House Kenya, president Uhuru has addressed the issue of insecurity that has over the past many years sabotaged the the relationship between different ethnicities in the maritime region and across the world too.

While speaking, he (Uhuru) cleverly declared his submission towards putting an end to the insecurities for a better prosperity of the people of Kenya. He made it clear that strengthening the international legal regimes will be a major input towards ending terrorism, piracy, robbery and other vices of the sort.

The president also emphasized on the fact that geopolitical competitions between nations are a liability to the growth and development due to security instabilities. With that, he voiced on the essence of observing the international law so that the relationships will be reformed for oneness to rule over.

'Competion between established and rising powers leaves us all, worse off. We need a strengthened emphasis on observing the international law and resisting the lure of promoting proxy rivalries in pursuit of narrow interests,' President Uhuru said.

Kenyans have taken to the internet to share their concerns after the critical details emerged. They have jetted massive support to president Uhuru's unshakeable efforts to address the aforementioned issue as they propagate their opinions over the same.

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