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Kyadondo East MP Bobi Wine Says Farewell To The Fallen UPDF Soldiers

The Newly Elected MP Kyagulanyi Robert AKA Bobi wine has shown his concern and sorrow state to the 12 fallen UPDF soldiers that were killed in Somalia Last Sunday

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Bobi wine shared  his condolence message on social media where he posted:

“As the bodies of the gallant UPDF soldiers who died in a brutal ambush in Somalia return home and as the country mourns them, I wish to join other Ugandans in conveying heartfelt condolences to their families and the UPDF family generally.

Soldiers put their lives on the line and at times make the ultimate sacrifice. They do this for legitimate reasons (e.g. when they guard us and our nation by day and night), and sometimes for illegitimate reasons (e.g. when they simply have to obey orders against their conscience and conviction).

When one soldier dies therefore, I am reminded that he or she is someone’s son, daughter, father, mother, etc who like many of us was looking for a better life for themselves and their country only for their dreams to be cut short. We shall keep their families in prayer.”

Source: bigeye

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