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Uganda's UPDF back from Somalia
Publish Date: Apr 01, 2014
Uganda's UPDF back from Somalia
UPDF celebrate their return
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By Innocent Anguyo

It was a blend of delight, fulfilment and pride as the curtain was brought down on one of the most successful contingents of UPDF troops serving under the Arican Union peacekeeping Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).

"You have done well. I declared the Battle Group 11 disolved," announced Maj Gen David Muhoozi, the commander of the Landforces.


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