The M23 militants in the Democratic Republic of Congo have suffered a major setback after armed forces from Uganda gunned down several members of the rebel group. Reports from the Ugandan forces have revealed that 28 combatants were shot in an exchange of fire between the Ugandan forces and the militants.
This was made public by the UPDF spokesperson who said that the 28 militants had been killed. The spokesperson also revealed that among the 28 men they gunned down one of them was a foreigner who is believed to have been helping the rebels make explosives (IEDs).
"In the on-going Operation SHUJA, Preliminary results show that our forces harvested the following: 08smgs, 28 combatants were Put Out of Action. And amongst the 28 there is one foreigner or who seems to be an IED expert or commander," he said.
The Ugandan forces in partnership with the Congolese forces launched the "Operation Shujaa" in November 2021 to fight the Allied Democratic Forces (AFD) that operated in the thing Congo forest. The wing is still active and helping to fight terrorists affection both countries. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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