Kenya the East and Central Africa Military Economic Power to Weather StormMarch 3 | Posted by David James | Geopolitik, Intelligence News, Military Intelligence
Kenya will weather the political storm which is being projected as a threat to the country national security, Strategic Intelligence News Service analyzes.
Most of the uncanny schemes deployed by top contenders to destabilize the country have been effectively neutralized by the National Intelligence Service.
This shows great capacity in the intelligence service in preempting threats on the country national security effectively.
Kenya’s national security and economic interests are being fiercely protected by outgoing president Kibaki besides the country National Security Council.
Efforts to distract the country from its important roles and responsibilities have failed with the neighbors and the African Union comprehensively saying Kenya should decide and embrace its decision.
Kenya is the only country and (African nation), in modern history that has deployed a strategy that has stymied militancy and terrorism in Somalia while the West and NATO failed completely to root out Islamic extremism in select regions.
Kenya’s military capacity and defense strategy now stands out as unique and quite effective in protecting Kenya’s interests and security.
Regionally, Kenya Defense Forces now command respect and are looked upon as a model modern African military.
Under the good leadership of President Kibaki as the commander in Chief, the Kenya Defense Forces now are advancing Kenya’s national security interests, among many accomplishments helping to secure regional security and economic cooperation.
Politics Becoming a Threat to National Security
Politics often pose a significant threat to national security, particularly when, the political class uses strategies that aim at causing ethnic divide, executive discord, and disunity to gain advantage over their opponents.
Among the strategies deployed by politicians to cause ethno-political problems include land issues, ethnic animosity, sabotage in government, and propaganda which the National Security Council has effectively countered and neutralized.
Friendly international community member states like Britain insist Kenya will be safe and free of violence.
International Media have been painting a grim picture of possible violent scenarios during and after the elections.
Kenya will come through the election successful and weather the political storm.