SHOCKING: You Won’t Believe What Yoweri Museveni Is Planning To Do In Somalia
Uganda military troops to withdraw themselves from Somalia in December 2017

President Yoweri Museveni has interceded in a few territorial security hotspots, conveying troops to subdue distress in Somalia, Central African Republic and South Sudan as of late.

A staunch associate of the United States, Museveni has confronted a groundswell of resistance at home since winning a questioned presidential race in February.

Uganda sent in Somalia in 2007, the first of a few troop contingents from the district in the African Union-commanded AMISOM power shaped to battle al Shabaab Islamist activists, who had built up a force base in the Horn of African nation.

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“Our plan that we have communicated to the African Union is that by December 2017 we want to be out,” Paddy Ankunda, Uganda military spokesman said.

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