Kibaki Warns Terror Groups
06 July 2012, 13:03
President Mwai Kibaki has reiterated the commitment of the government in fighting against terror groups and saying that his government will stop at nothing in ensuring the safety of every Kenyan even as the country has continues to experience series of grenade attacks.
Speaking yesterday at Nakuru where he officially opened ASK Show, Kibaki said his government will not relent in hunt against the terrorist groups that seek to undermine the peace and tranquility in the country .
“We will not be intimidated by anyone and let those who seek to harm us be warned that we will hunt them down” said the President.
The Head of State also appealed to Kenyans to work closely with the security forces and not allow to be divided along religious lines and that the government will complete the work of deliberating Somali from the terror men.
“We will complete the work we began of stabilizing our neighboring state Somalia.”
At the same time Kibaki urged farmers to use new methods of farming so as to increase the level of food production in the country saying the government had budgeted 11.3 billion shilling for the Agriculture sector alone in the last financial year which included also the fertilizer subsidy.
The President also commended the farmers of Rift Valley and the entire region for the continued role they have played in increasing food production in the country saying last year Rift Valley Region alone contributed a total of 21.8 million bags of maize which was valued at 65 billion shilling, despite of the the shortage of rain which was experience last year.
He further called upon farmers to redouble their efforts and adopt the recommended farming practices.
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