The Kenya Defense Force commandos have today received major goodies from Somalia. As stated in a report issued by the KDF camp, Commander Brigadier Gula Jattani has today presided over the said event where troops working under the African Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMs) received Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) from Somalia's headquarters in Mogadishu.
Speaking during the event, Brigadier Gula expressed his gratitude to the Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for considering the KDF sector mentioned above.
He informed that such a input will greatly boost the efficiency of the KDF unit through quick responsiveness, better mobility among other ways. The six APCs received today will also provide better support for the troops' mobile operations.
“Our troops needs to be agile, mobile, flexible, adaptable, and responsive. This acquisition will ensure such is achieved,” Commander Brigadier Jattani Gula said.
The new acquisition is reportedly among the reforms being made by the United Nations Security Council to ensure that the ATMs Quick Reaction Force troops are enhanced in terms of capacity and capability.
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