Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) medical team in Kismayu operating in Somalia under the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) started an mentorship program for the Somalia Security Forces (SSF)
The adequately trained,committed and mission bound 2nd brigade troops in Nov 2022 assured the Deputy Army Commander (DAC),Major General Peter Muteti of their unmatched precision on target skills, acquired during their training that took place at Larisoro, Samburu County.
The troops who commenced their training in August 2022, successfully completed their pre-deployment training prior to deployment of the Second Africa Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS II). The troops are progressively, focused on achieving their mandate of handing over security functions to Somalia Forces as endorsed in United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCR) 2628 of 1st April 2022, scheduled to end by December 2024.
Upon appearance, Maj Gen Muteti was advised on the preparation accomplishments by the agent Unit Authority Col Boniface Chomba.He additionally visited 3KR at Reenacted Forward Activities Base (Coxcomb) to empower the soldiers on the anticipating task.Furthermore,he noticed a coordinated preparation practice and praised the soldiers for their readiness and wished them accomplishment as they address the country in Somalia.
"As we train we should have faith,once you trust in yourself,no foe can overcome you. We as a whole need to fathom the mission goals and accept that we will accomplish them.It's a respectable sort of endeavor to safeguard the interest that really adds to provincial stability",stated Maj Gen Muteti.
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