Acting Deputy Army Commander Major General Peter Muteti at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), saw off the advance party of Kenya Defence Forces Signals Company (KENSIG) set to deploy to the Democratic Republic of Congo as part of the United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission (MONUSCO).
Speaking during the event, Major General Muteti urged the troops to execute their mandate professionally in order to ensure MONUSCO achieves its mandate.
Be careful about any potential dangers while you will do your obligations in the Popularity based Republic of Congo. Being the principal KENSIG troops, attempt to maintain the excellent presentation enrolled by your ancestors who have proactively been sent to DRC," he said.
The Organization's key goal is to give and support correspondence availability and data innovation administrations to the Mission and the Power.
Further the soldiers are supposed to go on with the execution of the MONUSCO order of safeguarding regular folks, support adjustment and kill outfitted local army as well as cooperating with other conveyed militaries in the Eastern DRC.
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