Free medicals as UPDF in Somalia celebrate Tarehe Sita
MOGADISHU, Saturday – Uganda Peoples Defense Forces (UPDF) contingent in Somalia on Saturday commemorated the 34th anniversary of Tarehe Sita by offering medical services to Somali community at De Martino Hospital in Mogadishu, reports AMISOM.
The day marks the first armed attack by the National Resistance Army that started the guerrilla war which brought President Yoweri Museveni to power in January 1986. The armed attack was on 6th February 1981.
The Ugandan contingent cleaned and painted the hospital premises, and the medical team diagnosed and treated patients at the hospital’s Out-Patient unit, an AMISOM press release stated.
Uganda’s UPDF, is part of the the African Mission to Somalia (AMISOM), a peace keeping mission operated by the African Union.
Source: New Vision
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