After the International Court of Justice ruling that there is no maritime boundary border agreement exists between Kenya and Somalia, recommends slight adjustment to the current borderline.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has shown bitter reactions for the Kenyan government being dealt a thankless blow despite helping the Somali government reinstall peace in their land issuing fresh details.
Moses Kuria has said that it's now time President Uhuru acted through the Ministry of Defence in ensuring that the Kenyan borders are well guarded and that nobody takes what belong to Kenyans.
According to the Gatundu South MP, he has said that what President Uhuru should immediately do is to withdraw all the Kenya Defence Forces out of Amisom and troop them to the disputed territory to ensure that they provide protection.
Moses Kuria has said that even the naval forces should be deployed immediately to ensure that they help beef up security.
"The ICIJ case on the Kenya-Somalia dispute is a waste of time. The only just settlement for territorial disputes is war. Simply get KDF out of Amisom and deploy them on our legitimate territory and add our naval forces too, "Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria has said via his Twitter.
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