Uganda’s deputy inspector general of police Okoth-Ochola praised the country’s police contingent serving under AMISOM in Somalia.
Ochola described the as doing a ‘remarkable job’ in helping pacify the Al-Shabaab riddled horn of Africa nation, Somalia.
Ochola made those remarks during a pass out of 89 officers at the rank of ASP and SP at the forces senior command and Staff College at Bwebajja.
Uganda’s police in Somalia were commended for the excellent performance as well maintaining high level of discipline while on duty.
Other police contingents serving under AMISOM in Somalia include police from Kenya, Ghana, Burundi, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
The Ugandan forces are largely in charge of the capital Mogadishu.
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