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  1. Avatar Qwani April 12th, 2015 at 2:18 pm

    During the Garissa attack, the terrorists told the students to come out of their rooms and descend to the ground floor. They were assured that if they did so, their lives would be spared. We all know how that went. Kenyans, especially the opposition need to understand that the al shabaab are under no obligation to keep their word. Demanding the immediate withdrawal under the pretext that al shabaab will stop their attacks is madness to say the very least.

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  2. Avatar NjambaTIkere April 14th, 2015 at 12:40 pm

    And this is why I opine that government needs to be ruthless to win the war of alshabaab terror. Time for talk is over, its cheap anyway. Its time to act. Pakistan reinstated capital punishment among other measures, the government of Kenya should do so with terrorist organizations. This is not a war where you take prisoners, we’ve all seen that in Garissa, Westgate, et al. Anyone ‘lucky’ to be arrested should be convicted and hanged or shot, as a deterrent to other like minded foot soldiers. That in spite of the sanctimonious lectures so common with civil society types and opposition politicians. Government should be ruthless in this war, that we can enjoy our safety and other liberties as Kenyans.

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  3. Avatar Ciiru Kathuri April 22nd, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    I totally agree with the writer. The security of a nation should not be something we play politics with or gamble with. People need to forget about their political ambitions, donor funding, settling scores and take a stand to safeguard this country.

    What use are rights if we can’t enjoy them due to terrorism?

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