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Thursday, March 5, 2020 - President Uhuru Kenyatta has issued a stern warning to Somalia's Government over what he termed as undermining Kenya’s sovereignty.

In a statement issued by State House spokesman, Kanze Dena, on Wednesday, Uhuru warned Somalia against provoking Kenya, which is East Africa's biggest economy and a military powerhouse.

Uhuru dismissed accusations and allegations that Kenya was interfering in Somalia’s internal affairs as baseless and invalid.

The Head of State, who  chaired a special session of the National Security Council (NSC), was reacting to a speech by Permanent Mission of the Somali Republic to the United Nations Ambassador, Abukar Dahir Osman, in New York on Friday where he accused Nairobi of fuelling instability in his country.

“The baseless accusations and invalid allegations made by the Federal Government of Somalia that Kenya is interfering with Somalia’s internal affairs; are part of a growing and persistent pattern of ill intent to use Kenya as a scapegoat and a tool to justify challenges in Somalia for political reasons."

"Kenya will not accept to be used in that manner,” Kanze said in a statement.

Somalia, Dena said, was in pursuit of “short term political expediency” to create artificial fissures in the relations between the Republic of Kenya and it, a thing which it wants Somalia to stop and instead focus on fostering stability by defeating Al Shabaab and its international network.

“We, therefore, urge the Federal Government of Somalia, to cease from the unwarranted provocations and focus on managing its internal affairs for the welfare of her people; defeating terrorism; and advancing the cause of peace, security and stability in the region,” she said.


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