Kenya military received a donation of 20 dogs worth ksh 50 million shillings from a happy Britain Ambassador to Kenya Dr. Christian Turner.
The dogs, according to a source outside the senior command chain of KDF will be used in case Kenya decides to join the chemical war between Rwanda and Tanzania soon to be announced by the African Union, and also Syria.
Kenyaâ€™s military capability was recently upgraded to zone three meaning the countryâ€™s arsenal store can be equated to those of France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
It is believed that the secretive build up of Kenyaâ€™s security was necessitated by the ongoing trials at the ICC where; should President Uhuru be convicted and jailed at the Hague, the country will be capable of sending its Ndovu Squad (the most lethal battalion of the Kenya Army, Navy and Airforce) to forcefully free him from jail.
Currently, Ndovu Squad is said to be training in Southern Somalia after wiping the Alshabaab, an award winning religious junta.
During the ceremony with the dogs, the British Ambassador revealed that Britain will add more dogs should the 20 be killed by Syriaâ€™s Chemical weapons.
â€œKenya is capable today of launching long range missiles that can hit Syria, but we rather use conventional war tactics,â€ said Dr Turner, adding that the 20 dogs can go without food for half a year.
Chief of Defense staff Jeremiah Karangi on his part lauded the gesture by the ambassador, lamenting how the country had been unsafe without the killer canines.
â€œWith these dogs, we can go anywhere in the world and fish out our enemies,â€ said the Major. The dogs were then ferried to Moi Air Base in Nairobi where they will undergo further fitness tests, though the ambassador assured Karangi there is no need.
We may not hear about the dogs again.