military training for form four leavers

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emali

Village Elder
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"Church official calls on the government to provide all Form Four leavers with military training as a means of fighting terror."
Sii hii nikama kupea kina mauki family military training ndio wajue kutumia hizo bunduki wanaringa nazo
 

Ice_Cube

Village Chief
#3
It will cut both ways, when they decide to cross over and join the dark side tutaona shida kwanza with no employment opportunities
 
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Luther12

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"Church official calls on the government to provide all Form Four leavers with military training as a means of fighting terror."
Sii hii nikama kupea kina mauki family military training ndio wajue kutumia hizo bunduki wanaringa nazo
Another knee-jerk reaction.
 

MBOMB

Village Sponsor
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"Church official calls on the government to provide all Form Four leavers with military training as a means of fighting terror."
Sii hii nikama kupea kina mauki family military training ndio wajue kutumia hizo bunduki wanaringa nazo
The idea is "noble" but it requires alot of discipline, the kind of discipline that the gun carrying watchmen of Uganda (who are paid peanuts btw) have.
Not in Kenya..maybe..maybe not.
 

Bark

Village Elder
#6
Kenya we run before learning how to crawl ..there are so many issues to be addressed before such a move is made
 

Web Dev

Village Elder
#8
I dn't see that being an issue.There are so many countries with compulsory military training for teens after clearing high school. This nurtures discipline and you have a standby force, more so security and fire arms are respected.

P.S talking from the top of my head, Google is there.
 
#9
Just google or wikipedia the swiss volunteer force and you will see benefits of compulsory military training.The Swiss are even allowed to leave with their service rifle and 50 bullets after completing the mandatory service period.But this would only work in a developed economy hapa Kenya that equates to wholesale blood letting
 
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uwesmake

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The idea is "noble" but it requires alot of discipline, the kind of discipline that the gun carrying watchmen of Uganda (who are paid peanuts btw) have.
Not in Kenya..maybe..maybe not.

WEEE WATCHMAN USITULETEE UFALAA
 
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