They’re regarded as the cream of the KDF the best of the best.everybody aspiring to enroll in this elite family has to go through extreme physical and mentally training course.The training last for sixty two days to three years depending on the unit and those courses register the highest number of dropouts leave alone medicine and engineering handiest 15% of the initial number of recruits do complete the course and that is how is supposed to be!
The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) wants the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC) removed from the list of key parastatals earmarked for privatisation.The Ministry of Defence has written to the Privatisation Commission to exempt the meat processor from State-owned enterprises that Cabinet approved for sale.KMC was transferred to the KDF in September 2020 following an executive-order from President Uhuru Kenyatta to bolster its operations after the state had previously announced plans to sell it following the formation of a task force to lead a privatization plan.
In 2009, Captain Xavier Omondi of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) led a group of six to the united states army national guard (ARNG) Warrior training school at fort Benning, Georgia.Their assignment become so secretive that not even their closest buddies within the military knew about it, and their arrival on US soil on August eight, 2009 was the second time is as a few years that Kenyan squaddies had stepped out for specialised Ranger training.
The Ministry of Defence has written to the Privatisation Commission to exempt the meat processor from State-owned enterprises that Cabinet approved for sale.“Last month, we received a letter from the Ministry of Defence asking that we remove the Kenya Meat Commission from the list of the privatisation programme,” Privatisation Commission chief executive Joseph Koskey told the Finance Committee.
Fifty-five KDF recruits who had presented fake admission letters were arrested when they reported to the KDF camp, Kamagut recruits training school (RTS) in Eldoret.They claimed that they received the letters from fraudsters.Brigadier Muteti, Chief recruiting officer confirmed the arrests and said the suspects had been put to police custody.
Five Kenya Defense Forces soldiers were arrested with 52 other club goers in a popular club in Tate in Kisumu for being out past curfew hours.Three employees of the popular club also were arrested as they had locked the revellers inside the club.Picture courtesy.The raid was led by Kisumu Central sub county commander of police Joseph Ng'etich.
Police in Kisumu have arrested 52 people who were caught partying in the last curfew hours of the bar.Five Kenyan Defense Force (KDF) officers were arrested Saturday morning at a popular club in the Lolwe Estate.On Thursday, Hussein Dado, chief executive of the House, confirmed that 1,844 people had been arrested in 38 counties for violating the national curfew imposed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on March 6, including 1,188 civilians, 38 police officers and 10 Kenyans.
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There was drama in Kisumu County earlier after a police operation led to the arrest of 50 people in the lakeside city.The incident which happened in popular Lolwe area of the town led to several injuries as revelers were teargassed by a contingent of police officers.According to Kenyans.co.ke digital news platform, a team led by Kisumu sub county commissioner was informed of a popular club that was operating beyond the restricted time.
Police officers have been the people who have been helping the Health Ministry to ensure that things are in order in this time of Covid-19 .They have been placed at different roadblocks to ensure that the movement with the countries that were put on lockdown is controlled.Others have been placed to arrest those people who don't put on masks and those violating social distance rules by attending gatherings.
Five KDF Soldiers have been arrested alongside 52 revelers and three other employees after being found in a closed bar on Saturday night at around 11:30 pm.The incident took place in Kisumu county.Since the introduction of new rules to curb the spread of Coronavirus disease, many people have been going against it not knowing that the government is doing every effort to catch up with them.
During the President's address March 26th, he kept the country under partial lockdown in order to curb the rising numbers of the third wave covid-19.The operations of bars, restaurants and eateries in the forty- two counties apart from Nairobi, Nakuru, Kajiado, Machakos and Kiambu counties should operate according to the guidelines given by the ministry of health.
The nationwide curfew begins at 10pm except for the five counties under partial lockdown.They include Nairobi, Nakuru, Kajiado, Machakos and Kiambu.Police arrested some 52 party goers in Kisumu county.Among them were five Kenya Defence Forces soldiers for defying curfew rules.It is reported that they were detained in a popular club in Kisumu after they were found locked inside the club past curfew hours.
KDF Defense Forces officers have arrested 55 suspects and three suspects in connection with the distribution of fake KDF youth calling letters.The suspects are trapped at the Moi Barracks Recruit Training College in Eldoret.Among them is a pastor here in Nairobi Joseph Onyancha who transported 13 young people with a fake letter to join the KDF.
Five Kenya Defence Forces officers were arrested in the mid night because of violating covid-19 protocols, since they were out during curfew times.The soldiers were arrested in a famous club at Lolwe estate as a result of the soldiers enjoying themselves.The police officers used teargas to disperse the people who were in the club and at the moment they were able to arrest fifty people among them who were the military officers.
Five KDF Officers were arrested in Kisumu by law enforcement officers who were on patrol at night.The five were arrested with other revelers in a club at around 11:30 pm having broken the curfew rules.The police said that the revelers locked themselves up in the well known club; something which forced police officers to use tear gas to bring them out.