Kenyan President, William Ruto has directed the military to work with the ministry of education to rebuild schools destroyed by bandits, so that learners can go back to their studies.
He also emphasized the need for the Kenya defence forces to employ a futuristic approach to professional training and development.
He said necessary steps would be put in place in rebuilding all schools affected by the bandit attack.
He indicated that the fundamental rights and freedoms under articles 26, 28 and 29, particularly of life, dignity and freedom and security of affected people have been violated consistently without redress.
Ruto cited article 21 which states that it is the fundamental duty of the state and every state organ to observe, respect, protect, promote and fulfill the rights and fundamental freedoms in the bill of rights.