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Military Attaches Visit Kasese

By Vision Reporter

Added 9th May 2002 03:00 AM

FIVE top military attaches from the UK, France, the USA, South Africa and Kenya, arrived in Kasese on Tuesday on a tour of the security situation in the Rwenzori region.

FIVE top military attaches from the UK, France, the USA, South Africa and Kenya, arrived in Kasese on Tuesday on a tour of the security situation in the Rwenzori region.

FIVE top military attaches from the UK, France, the USA, South Africa and Kenya, arrived in Kasese on Tuesday on a tour of the security situation in the Rwenzori region. John Thawite writes that according to the Rwenzori Mountains Alpine Brigade Commander, Lt. Col. Dula Mawa Muhindo, the team was expected to visit former ADF camps, including Kiraro in Kitholhu sub-county, now occupied by the UPDF. The team was also to visit Kabarole and Bundibugyo yesterday. Sources told The New Vision that one of the aims of the visit was to see how the attaches’ countries could help strengthen the Mountain Brigade through training. Army spokesman Maj. Shaban Bantariza yesterday said the attaches were on a familiarisation tour. “They are defence attaches from different countries who have been visiting the Second Division on a routine programme,” he said on phone. He said after such a visit, the attaches would send reports to their countries. Ends KITGUM — World Vision, a child focused non-governmental organisation, has donated sh6m for the construction of a bathing shelter at Y.Y. Okot Memorial College. The deputy head teacher, Festus Okidi, told The New Vision recently that construction had began. Ends

Military Attaches Visit Kasese

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