Many Kenyan youth wishes to join Kenyan Defence Force but due to some reason they fail to get that chance. But if you are a physical fit Kenyan citizen above 18 years and you have a national identity card, with atlist a D+ (plus) in KCSE you can join Kenyan Defence Force. Other qualifications are: Age limit should not exceed 26 years old, for GSO Cadets not above 30 years old and for Specialist Office, Imams and Chaplains should not be above 39 years. Have no criminal record. (six) Minimum. Men should be of
Kisii Youths today were lucky as they turned up in masses for the Kenya Defence Force recruitment exercise which was being held in Kisii County. This has come at a time when the Government had announced 150 vacancies at the Kenyan Defence Force for applicants to enroll. The exercise this year was unique since there were covid-19 rules that were being followed unlike in the previous years such as wearing of masks. The young Men who turned up were taken through the recruitment exercise with caution following up
Before one finally become a Kenyan Defence Force soldier, someone has to go through serious training that will determine whether or not they are ready to become real soldiers in the ground. Here are six basic things that they go through before they are declared qualified: 1. The first thing that they do is go through physical checking to ensure that they attain all requirements such as heights and body form. This is often the hardest part because of only a small percentage through to the final list. This is
Kenyan Defence Force Servicemen are going through difficult times when it comes to the matters of ensuring the safety of other people. This is a story of a military man who has been in the service since 2008 as reported by Kenyans.co.ke. He was dedicated when carrying out his constitutional mandate until one day when they faced the wrath of Al Shabaab militants. It was during a certain year when they went to Somalia with some of his fellow KDF men when the ordeal took place. According to Kenyans.co.ke, the
The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) are the armed forces of the Republic of Kenya . Its made up of three branches which are: Kenya Army, Kenya Navy , Kenya Air Force; The current KDF was established, and its composition stipulated, in Article 241 of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya; it is governed by the KDF Act of 2012. There many thing that are a secret to public about Kenyan defence force for security purpose. In this article we are giving general things you did not know about KDF 1. It was ranked as the best army
Kenyans were yet again shocked after a Kenyan Defence Force Soldier died under unclear circumstances while at home.