Ugandan military holds free medical to hundreds in Somalia

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The Ugandan military contingent serving under African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has held a free medical to help hundreds of people in south of Somalia.

The military doctors offered hundreds of local residents various ailments, free checkup, drugs and medical advice at camps in Ceeljale and Qoryooley areas of Lower Shabelle region.

Col. Paul Muhanguzi, the commander of the Uganda-n contingent reiterated AMISOM’s commitment to protect and support local communities.

Muhanguzi says hundreds of patients turned up to receive treatment for various ailments such as skin and eye infections.

The medical camps build on efforts by African Union mission known as AMISOM to support populations in the Lower Shabelle region.

 

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Abdirisaq is , a somali veteran journalist based in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. Twitter @tuuryare_africa tuuryare10@gmail.com Whatup:00252615990842
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