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PHOTOS: Early Xmas for UPDF Soldiers’ Children

It was an unusual day at the Land Forces Headquarters in Bombo as children of the UPDF soldiers were treated to a Christmas fete by the Chief of Defense Forces, more about http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/searchengine.php Gen. Katumba Wamala on Monday afternoon.

Dubbed the CDF UPDF children’s Christmas party, sildenafil http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-autosave-post-v1-1-endpoint.php children of soldiers from the land forces, Special Forces, Air forces and other departments in the army had a memorable as they were hosted by Gen. Katumba Wamala as part of the festive season celebrations.

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“We have always left the children behind in our celebrations in the army yet they are part of the great UPDF family,” Gen. Katumba said.

“Our soldiers go out for missions and leave their families behind yet they get no time to enjoy .We decided to organize this day so that even their children who cannot afford big parties can have a feel of the festive season.”

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The Chief of Defence Forces in the UPDF said this inaugural occasion would also help bring together children of soldiers from the different army departments in a bid to bring about cohesion.

He highlighted that on many occasions, children don’t know their fellows from the various army departments yet they are part of the same UPDF institution, stressing those similar events will be held annually in a bid to promote cohesion.

CDF Gen Katumba Wamala with children of UPDF soldiers during their end of year part at Bombo barracks

CDF Gen Katumba Wamala with children of UPDF soldiers during their end of year part at Bombo barracks

“We thought that small as it may be, the children will have fun and enjoy the festive season together.”

The function was held under the theme, ’A happy family, a happy soldier, a happy nation and was mainly targeting children  for UPDF soldiers.

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