The units are set to be in five sites namely Roysambu (15 acres), Kwambuzi in Nanyuki (300 acres), Nyali Barracks (10 acres), Lanet Barracks (21) and Gilgil Barracks (200 acres) constructed on a Build-Lease-and Transfer (BLT) basis.
Brigadier Gituma reminded the young officers and sailors to be good ambassadors in the countries they will visit, maintain high standards of discipline and portray the good image of the Kenya Navy and the country as a whole.
General Carter concluded his tour by visiting the British Army Training Unit in Kenya – BATUK in Nanyuki where he was briefed on joint military training and exercises that the UK troops partake while in Kenya.
Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) troops deployed under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) offered medical assistance to the residents of Burahache and Gherrile in Gedo region. The medicamp benefited
The KDF leadership has led by example by participating in the vaccination drive and we have not recorded any side effects therefore I assure our troops that the vaccine is safe,” said Maj Gen (Dr) Ng’ang’a.