We must all unite to keep our country safe

What you need to know:

  • It is doubly humiliating that the Garissa massacre came barely a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta insisted that Kenya was safe in telling off the British Government after its latest advisory against travel to the Kenyan Coast.
  • The terror networks that aim to bring down this country as we know it are able to operate only because they have deeply infiltrated our society and built internal support networks. These networks must be uprooted wherever they are.
  • This is the time to come together as Kenyans united against a common enemy that plots to divide us and incite us into religious conflagration. We must thus put our common identity, the glue that holds us together, our Kenyanness, above religious or other affiliations.

Yet another brazen terrorist attack on Kenya has the nation in mourning. The grief and sorrow must remind us all the extent to which we remain vulnerable and exposed to the blood-thirsty merchants of terror and destruction.


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