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Five years after Kenya military took on Al-Shabaab, mission debate rages

By WALTER MENYA

As the Kenya Defence Forces marks five years in Somalia, experts are still divided over whether Kenya should withdraw its forces. According to Dr Ochieng’ Kamudhayi, a security and conflict expert, the military has no choice but to leave Somalia.
“We have had several windows for withdrawal. One window would have been after the El Adde attack though that would have looked bad on Kenya as it would have been seen as giving in to the terrorists. “But right now they have to find a way to exit,” Dr Kamudhayi told Sunday Nation.
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Source: nation.co.ke

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