Kenyans have heated the internet with reactions after His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Lamu County ahead of a critical event with the security sector agencies wearing full combat attires (military outfit).
As State House Kenya confirms, President Uhuru visited the multi-agency team of Kenya's special security officers who are currently under joint operational training in Boni Forest, Lamu County.
As seen in the pictures shared by the same source, president Uhuru landed with a Military Choper in the forest where the police trainees including the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), Kenya Youth Service (KYS), Kenya Police Service (KPS) among other security agencies were being trained.
The exercise that has already taken three weeks so far seeks to produce professional individuals who will provide quality services to Kenyans as far as their security is concerned.
The Chief of Defence Forces (CDF), General Robert Kibochi oriented the commander-in-chief of the Kenya armed forces across several important aspects as the officers showcased their skills.
Check how Kenyans have reacted below;
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