Haiti mission won’t be walk in the pathTuesday, October 3rd, 2023 00:01 | By EditorialFILE - Flanked by members of the G9 gang coalition, leader Jimmy Cherizier, aka Barbecue, right, talks to reporters near the perimeter wall that encloses Terminal Varreux, the port owned by the Mevs family, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd, File) G9 gang coalition leader Jimmy Cherizier, aka Barbecue (right) talks to reporters in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on October 6, 2021. PHOTO/APAs was anticipated, the United Nations Security Council yesterday voted to send a stabilisation mission to Haiti. Critics claim Kenya could be acting at the behest of the US, which has already promised to provide logistical, equipment and intelligence support to the Kenyan mission. However much Kenyan leaders are excited with the Haiti pacification mission, they need to address the many unanswered questions lingering over it.
Source: Daily Nation October 02, 2023 21:05 UTC