UK’s Development Minister meets with Somalia president
The Committee also said state will not give figures of KDF soldiers who have died or injured in Somalia saying that it is a matter of national security. “Kenya is under obligation of AU and UN to continue serving in Somalia and until AU asks them to withdraw, they will continue serving in Somalia,” said Asman Kamama, Committee Chair National Security.
In an interview with AFP, opposition leader Raila Odinga accused the government of failing to safeguard national security in the face of a wave of terror attacks and has warned of mounting internal ethnic tensions. He said the east African nation was now in a state of permanent anxiety because of attacks by Somalia
UK Minister Mitchell praised the Somali government and its people for their courage and commitment to fight against Al-Shabaab and progress in debt relief through economic reforms.