President Uhuru Kenyatta has applauded the Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) for the excellent work it has impacted on the lively hood of Nairobi city.
He commended the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) for its professionalism that has seen it serve the country with great distinction.
“If all of us in Kenya operated and behaved; and loved and served their country in the manner in which our Kenya Defense Forces does, Kenya would today be a great country. And we all have a big lesson to learn,” President Kenyatta said.
Kenyatta spoke on Tuesday at the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) garage in the industrial area when he flagged off eighty-three vehicles that were rehabilitated by the state agency.
The NMS refurbished eighty vehicles that were flagged off by Kenyatta.
The vehicles consisted of automobiles included twenty-one tipper trucks, twenty-four fire engines, six ambulances, three hydraulic street lighting platforms, two scrub street sweepers, and two graders.
Militarization Of The Nation
Kenyatta used the opportunity to congratulate NMS boss Mohammed Badi as well as criticized those that were crucifying him for delegating duties to military officials.
He stated that he has no intention of militarizing the nation but using them to fulfill service delivery to the country.
“I have no such intention (militarizing the nation). But it is only a fool who would not use those who can perform to help in achieving intended goals,” said the President
“I am not militarizing anything. I am using reliable Kenyan citizens to fulfill my agenda for this Republic. And the KDF are part of us and are also part of our citizens,” the President added.
Kenyatta urged Kenyans to love the country and emulate their efforts in service delivery the same way as the KDF.
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