Since his return form the United States, Kenyans have been eargerly waiting for the president's word regarding the border row. Uhuru travelled to the U.S to engage the U.S president Joe Biden on an array of issues and strengthen the relationship between the two countries.
Recently, Kenya was angered by the decision by the ICJ court of granting Somalia the embattled ocean region that both Kenya and Somalia claimed to own. Kenya withdrew from the case pointing out that they would not get justice; few days later, the court ruled in favor of Somalia.
And now, the president has reiterated his word after rejecting the rule terming it biased. During the Mashujaa day celebrations in Kirinytaga county, the president has stated that Kenya will not lose even an inch of its territory.
"Not an inch less, not an inch more" said the president in part.
This means that those thinking to take any part of Kenyan territory will find it a bit difficult.
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