MOZAMBIQUE’S PRESIDENT FILIPE NYULSI EXPRESSES HIS GRATITUDE TO AFRICAN COUNTRIES SENDING TROOPS TO HELP FIGHT INSURGENTS INTHE NORTH OF THE COUNTRY.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on July 28, 2021
Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyulsi has expressed his gratitude to African Countries sending troops to help fight insurgents in the North of the Country.
Boteswana was the first Country to dispatch soldiers.
Nyulsi lauded soldiers already sent by Rwanda, as regional allies prepared to deploy their own forces.
The sixteen-member Southern African Development Community SADC agreed last month to send troops to Mozambique’s insurgents-hit Cabo-Delgado Province.