Special Forces Roll Out New Website


help geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>There have been concerns that majority of government websites are either outdated or not updated on a regular basis.

SFC Spokesperson, Maj Chris Magezi said the elite organisation’s website under would be frequently updated to serve as a “useful source of factual and reliable information for researchers, media and the general public about the SFC.”

He added: “We will also endeavour to keep the public informed about activities and events in the Special Forces.”

Magezi described the website as “user friendly and interactive,” adding, “so we look forward to regular feedback from members of the public, which we believe will go a long way to strengthening the historical bond between the Defense Forces, and the Special Forces in particular, with the Wanainchi.”

Observers say the introduction of the website could be aimed at providing timely information and responses to the public following a sustained negative media campaign against the SFC and its leaders especially on social media.

Asked why it took SFC long to establish the site, Magezi responded: “Acquiring our own website has been long overdue, considering the advancements to date in the information communication technology systems.”

He said the website remains a “fantastic resource which will accord us a great strategic advantage in communications, especially our media relations, as it will allow us to present our views when and as we want it. We look forward to the usual cooperation and support from members of the public.”

Chimp Corps who visited the new site said it provides the history of the organisation, its mission and aspirations; command structure and news pieces about the elite force that guards the President and his family and key strategic state installations.


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