Kenya Defense Forces consist of the Kenya navy, marine and the army.These are the soldiers sworn to protect the the country from outer attacks.They usually serve with alot of integrity with the president as their chief commander.Each and every year, recruitment of these solders takes place in all parts of the country.
kenya defrnse forces recruiting news
An advertisement dated Tuesday, April 13 graced our daily news paper with a bunch of recruitment jobs from the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF).They're seeking to recruit the following positions; plumbers, painters, cooks, welders, mechanics, electricians, drivers, clerical officers, panel beaters, sanitary cleaners as well as carpenters.
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.
Millitary police have arrested 55 young people who had reported to Eldoret Moi barracks recruit training school after they turned up with fake Kenya Defense Forces calling letters.Three suspects behind the fake recruitment papers racket have also been arrested.The suspects claimed that they paid a fee of between 270 to 500 thousand Kenyan shillings in what looks like a con racket.
Narok County Senator Ledama Ole Kina has sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans after his early morning Twit today. Senator Ledama Ole Kina (Courtesy) The young Senator exposed the Kenya Defrnse Forces Recruiting officers for allegedly demanding a bribe of Kshs 300,000 ($3,000) from poor Kenyans in the ongoing recruitment countrywide. “Good Morning @kdfinfo the word in the street is that your recruiting officers are demanding Ksh 300,000 from desperate unemployed Kenyans.” Posted Senator Ledama. His Twit was