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President Ruto wants the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) to adopt latest military technology to counter emerging threats

President William Ruto has urged the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) to adapt to the fast-changing technology to counter emerging threats.

He also challenged the military to develop solutions to tackle the threats with a futuristic mindset.

“The rapidly changing technology landscape is redefining warfare and national security. We must leverage technology to effectively and quickly counter special threats like terrorism and cybercrime that cannot be dealt with in conventional military ways.”

The President was speaking on Tuesday at the National Military Command Centre in Karen during the inauguration of The Moran Centre and official opening of the Formation Commanders’ Conference.

President Ruto said the military can only operate effectively if they maintain a strong knowledge of the latest and most superior technology.

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