Photo Courtesy; UPDF soldiers in a past action.
News just in indicates that deadly gun fight erupted last night after Uganda People Defence Forces,UPDF got wind of a ADF infiltration into Kyanja in Ntoroko district. This information was shared by Uganda People Defence Forces, Spokesperson.
It is reported that that about 20-30 ADF fighters had crossed River Semuliki and passed into Kyanja in Ntoroko district but defence intelligence got wind of the matter.
It is reported that a team was then quickly sent by and intercepted them and a deadly gun fight then erupted. According to the information shared by the Defece Spokesperson, 11 of the ADF fighters were killed in the deadly gun fight.
"Estimated 20-30 ADF fighters last night crossed River Semuliki into Kyanja in Ntoroko district. Our intelligence got wind of them and they were intercepted. A fight is on to decisively deal with the group. 11 of them have been put out of Action. More details will be availed." Defence Spokesperson said.
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