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Uhuru Reinstates His Commitment To Invest In KDF

The president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta has reinstated his commitment to invest in the Kenya defense forces as he attacks the deputy president William Samoei Ruto over criticizing his handshake deal with the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga.

While addressing the new recruited KDF officers, the president urged the new officers to serve the community with a lot of care ahead of the 2022 polls as he plead with Ruto to ensure he backs up the handshake deal between Raila Odinga and him.

The president also pleaded with the new recruits to ensure they serve the people of Kenya without any corruption as they administer justice to the local people. President Kenyatta also criticized the DP for continually attacking him over his moves as he plead with Ruto to allow him serve the Kenyan people with dignity an a lot of care.

The move by the president Kenyatta is likely to cause a new dawn at the Kenyan politics as the DP Ruto is likely to hit back at Raila.

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