President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on Kenyans to stay united and continue praying for KDF soldiers as they undertake their duties in Somalia and in Kenya.
President Kenyatta said all security agents will require Kenyans support into achieving their core mandate of securing the nation.
The President through State House Spokesperson Manoah Esipisu while responding to call of whether to declare national day to mourn the fallen soldiers, the president said military will indeed honour the fallen KDF heroes within their regiments and camps.
The president however retaliated that the terrorist will not be given space to celebrate their hideous acts but the terrorists who committed the killing in El Adde military camp will be sought and fought to their last element.
Updates on the military operation in Somalia and especially on the El Adde attack will continue to come from the Ministry of Defence and the Kenya Defence Forces president Kenyatta added.
The State House Spokesperson also clarified that the president Uhuru Kenyatta had not summoned the top military brass to Mombasa as he was be briefed regularly on operational and other procedures in the force.