Uganda Troops Charged in Court For Selling Military Equipments, Fuel etc in Somalia

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Ugandan military court sitting in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, has at the beginning of today started listening to an argument against 17 troopers presenting with the African Union Force (Amisom) who were captured in June taking after a sting operation.

The Ugandans, including three senior officers, are blamed for selling of military equipments, fuel and other armed force stuff. One officer has as of now conceded and was sentenced to one year in jail.

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It is the first run through a military court associated with the AU mission has sat in Somalia since the troops were initially sent nine years back. It was chosen to do as such as an endeavor to demonstrate Somalia’s natives that the Amisom power was being considered answerable.

Uganda is the most noteworthy troop supporter to 22,000 in number of the Amisom Forces.

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