By Vision Reporter
The Uganda Peoples Defence Forces troops have entered Juba at the invitation of the government in South Sudan to secure the capital, Juba.
According to a source who spoke on condition of anonymity, the UPDF will also be charged with securing the safety of Ugandans in Juba, their safe evacuation and a possible return to normalcy of the troubled South Sudan.
The first batch of crack troops from the Special Forces group left Thursday and have secured the airport. The aircraft that took the troops is on its way back to Uganda with 150 people on board.
Further details to follow in SATURDAY VISION