Barely a day after the International of Justice rendered their ruling in favour of the Somalia government against the Kenyan government a move which has attracted mixed reactions from Kenyans and politicians across the country among them is the former Senate deputy speaker Kithure Kindiki.
According to the vocal senator, the Kenyan government made a tactical blunder by abandoning the International Court of Justice Midstream and claimed that after the first fast reading it was clear that kenyans could have worn the case if they could have chosen to defend themselves.
These come at when the government has now come out to claim that they are ready to protect their territories and that they are against the ruling that was rendered yesterday, the government has maintained that they were going to use negotiation in an attempt to solve the problem at hand.
Meanwhile, do you agree with senator Kithure Kindiki that the government made a tactical blunder that cost the Kenyan territory, share your thoughts?
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