Though what KDF got was merely a meager of what military intelligence and war planners at defense headquarters in Kenya wanted, the outcome of the UN funded AMISOM re-hat was worthy.
KDF senior personnel will get 16-slots at AMISOM headquarters out of the available 80. Such a number is big enough to command both respect and strategy execution.
Another beneficial aspect of the arrangement is the independence of KDF to operator within its current sectors hence its a continuation of their operation under new command structure and funding arrangement.
Third is the fiscal benefits to the Kenyan coffers as UN through AMISOM funds the operation to rid Southern Somalia of militants of Al-Shabaab background; As such,Kenya will not financially facilitate the operation hence making huge savings home.
Equipment to be provided by the United Nations and used by KDF will be owned by KDF after the end of the AMISOM operations in Somalia further arming the army with a few free resources and facilities.
Kenya Armed forces KDF are a superior and better equipped force than other AMISOM players hence it will be strategic what they receive from UN-backed AMISOM.
With a good airforce, a fairly effective navy, and very heavily armed and effective ground force, KDF