Kenya Offers to Send Police Officers to Assist in Stabilizing Haiti

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Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Dr. Alfred Mutua says Kenya will send police officers to Haiti, to help stabilize the Caribbean nation currently controlled by gangs and militia.

In a statement on Saturday 22nd April 2023, CS Mutua disclosed the agreement to send Kenya police to Haiti was reached this evening during a phone conversation between him and Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly.

”We reviewed the situation in Haiti where gangs have made the towns and peoples’ lives unbearable. In this regard, Kenya has offered to send police officers to assist in stabilizing the country,” Dr. Mutua’s statement reads in part.

Canada is one of the nations that has been at the forefront in supporting Haiti’s process towards stability.

Amid a profound political crisis, Haiti remains gripped by vicious gangs who dominate daily life through their warfare, sieges, and extortion.

The Haitian National Police (PNH) and Haitian politicians, both deeply interconnected with the gangs, are no longer able to hold the criminals on a leash.

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