KENYA MILITARY

[PHOTOS] Uhuru awards graduate cadets at Kenya Military Academy, Nakuru

Uhuru expressed satisfaction with investment in the modernization of training the country’s security forces.

In Summary

•The first cohort of graduate general service officer cadets that has undergone a one-year professional training at the academy.

• Uhuru said the Government has also undertaken far-reaching reforms to support the welfare of the security forces.

President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has commissioned the first cohort of graduate general service officer cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County.


President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
Image: STATEHOUSE/TWITTER

The first cohort of graduate general service officer cadets that has undergone a one-year professional training at the academy.

President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
Image: STATEHOUSE/TWITTER

While inspecting the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets, the President expressed his satisfaction with the government’s investment in the modernization of training the country’s security forces with adequate skills to deal with the challenges of an ever-evolving security environment.

President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
Image: STATEHOUSE/TWITTER

“The Government has also undertaken far-reaching reforms to support the welfare of the security forces and facilitated them to effectively keep the country safe and secure,” Uhuru said.

President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
President Kenyatta inspects the commissioning parade of intake 40 Graduate General Service Officer Cadets at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County
Image: STATEHOUSE/TWITTER

The president was accompanied by the defence CS Eugene Wamalwa, Chief of Defence forces Robert Kibicho and KMA Commandant Fatuma Ahmed.

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