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Uganda Contingent commander Brig. Sam Okiding flanked by UGABAG XVII commander Col BP Ogik receive the rotating in troops of battle group XX at Adan Abdulle International Airport in Mogadishu on Monday

The first flight of the Uganda Battle Group (UGABAG XX) comprising of eighty soldiers has safely landed in Mugadishu, price http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Somalia.

The Boeing 737 from Ocean Air lines company touched the ground at Adan Abdulle International Airport at about 0730Hrs East African standard time.

On the Airport, buy the the troops were received by the outgoing Uganda contingent commander Brigadier Sam Okiding together with outgoing UGABAG XVII commander Col Bob Priscily Ojik.

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A female peacekeeper Cpl Amuge Agnes Rose of Battle Group XVII recieves certificate. She represents the resilient African and Ugandan mothers of the nation who have proved to the world that women have what to offer to attain peace in the universe.

A female peacekeeper Cpl Amuge Agnes Rose of Battle Group XVII recieves certificate. She represents the resilient African and Ugandan mothers of the nation who have proved to the world that women have what to offer to attain peace in the universe.

The plane brought back an equivalent number of rotating out peacekeepers of UGABAG XVII.

Before boarding, here the rotating out troops received a briefing from Uganda contingent commander Brigadier Sam Okiding who congraturated the Battle Group for the job well done and urged them to mantain the discipline and patience they have exhibited during the hard times.

Lt Col Charles Monday, the specialist in Air defence and field Artillery rotating out with UGABAG XVII (right) receives certificate of recognition from the outgoing Uganda contingent commander Brig Sam Okiding (left) as Out going UGABAG XVII commander (centre) looks on.

Lt Col Charles Monday, the specialist in Air defence and field Artillery rotating out with UGABAG XVII (right) receives certificate of recognition from the outgoing Uganda contingent commander Brig Sam Okiding (left) as Out going UGABAG XVII commander (centre) looks on.

Rotating out peacekeepers received certificates of recognition from the Uganda contingent commander who was franked by the Battle Group XVII commander thanking them for the invaluable contribution to the restoration of peace and stability in Somalia as members of the AMISOM military component service for a period of one year.

Outgoing head of EOD/IED teams for Uganda contingent under Battle Group XVII Lt Iyan Nuwe Agaba recieves a certificate.

Outgoing head of EOD/IED teams for Uganda contingent under Battle Group XVII Lt Iyan Nuwe Agaba recieves a certificate.

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