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The pain families of fallen heroes go through chasing KDF benefits

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At 7.55pm on the Sunday of October 16, 2011, a Kenyan military helicopter crashed and burst into flames at Liboi, about 14km from the border with Somalia.

News of son’s death took away his life

News of son’s death took away his life

Francis Kavindu arrived at his Kivani home in Kitui County one Wednesday morning in late 2011. He found men digging a grave. When he asked whose grave it was, he was told it was for his fifth-born son, Major Samuel Keli Kavindu.

By PAUL WAFULA and NYAMBEGA GISESA | 7 years ago

‘Frozen in death, gone to another mission’

In early September 2012, Lieutenant Martin Miheso, 24, a pilot with the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) was in Nairobi when his leave was cut short by the call of duty. He was ordered to report to work urgently.

By PAUL WAFULA and NYAMBEGA GISESA | 7 years ago

My wedding gown arrived two weeks after we buried my fiancé

In London, a friend was moving fast to get a wedding gown made and shipped to a friend in Kenya waiting to marry a Kenya Defence Forces platoon commander.

By PAUL WAFULA and NYAMBEGA GISESA | 7 years ago

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