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PHOTOS: Al Shabaab Last Stronghold Baraawe Falls

‘Sitya Loss’ kids also known as the ‘Ghetto kids’ might have become so popular and met very many important people in and outside Uganda but they were so thrilled to have met KCCA ED, decease http://contactburlco.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php Jennifer Musisi at the recently concluded Kampala carnival.

The talented youngsters did not only meet Musisi but also offered her a painted portrait of herself as a gift for the good work she has done to improve life and to foster development in Kampala City.

Donning black T-shirts with the words ‘Sitya Loss’ imprinted on them, pills the now famous Ghetto kids met Musisi just moments after their powerful performance at the carnival and presented the gift that they had carried. The exhilarated Musisi amidst her encounter with the kids took time off and smiled and struck poses for ChimpLyf cameras.

From the way Musisi was smiling, she was clearly star-struck at meeting the ‘Sitya Loss’ YouTube sensations. She also seemed pleased and happy with the gift the kids had presented to her.

These kids became very famous after Eddy Kenzo’s ‘Sitya Loss’ video in which they danced went viral and received so many views on YouTube.

The world was amazed at how talented these Ghetto kids are.  Since the single dropped earlier this year, the public has put up a number of videos dancing to the popular song. The song has seen Kenzo go to greater heights musically with successful tours and performances around the world.

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‘Sitya Loss’ kids also known as the ‘Ghetto kids’ might have become so popular and met very many important people in and outside Uganda but they were so thrilled to have met KCCA ED, diagnosis http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-cli.php Jennifer Musisi at the recently concluded Kampala carnival.

The talented youngsters did not only meet Musisi but also offered her a painted portrait of herself as a gift for the good work she has done to improve life and to foster development in Kampala City.

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Donning black T-shirts with the words ‘Sitya Loss’ imprinted on them, the now famous Ghetto kids met Musisi just moments after their powerful performance at the carnival and presented the gift that they had carried. The exhilarated Musisi amidst her encounter with the kids took time off and smiled and struck poses for ChimpLyf cameras.

From the way Musisi was smiling, she was clearly star-struck at meeting the ‘Sitya Loss’ YouTube sensations. She also seemed pleased and happy with the gift the kids had presented to her.

These kids became very famous after Eddy Kenzo’s ‘Sitya Loss’ video in which they danced went viral and received so many views on YouTube.

The world was amazed at how talented these Ghetto kids are.  Since the single dropped earlier this year, the public has put up a number of videos dancing to the popular song. The song has seen Kenzo go to greater heights musically with successful tours and performances around the world.

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The much-awaited liberation of Baraawe town, price http://crcpallc.com/templates/uneedo_j25/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_contact/contact/default_links.php Al-Shabaab’s last stronghold happened Sunday night, ampoule http://coffinpump.com/wp-content/plugins/custompress/ui-admin/taxonomies.php after a joint force made up of the Somalia Army and AMISOM troops, http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-includes/registration.php rolled into the coastal town without much resistance from the terrorist group.

The coastal city of Baraawe is located 220 kilometers southwest of the capital Mogadishu.

Chimpreports had earlier reported that UPDF commandos would lead the offensive.

This is the first time in 23 years that its residents will experience a government’s presence since the collapse of central rule in 1993.

The picturesque city – which is surrounded by orchards and farms – has been captured as part of Operation Indian Ocean, according to AMISOM officialS.

The Operation aims to push the militants out of their bases along mainland Africa’s longest coastline, and has so far recorded a string of victories against the crumbling terrorist network.

The Al Shabab stronghold of Barawe sits next to the ocean in the Lower Shabelle region of Somalia on October 5
The Al Shabab stronghold of Barawe sits next to the ocean in the Lower Shabelle region of Somalia on October 5

Acting Head of AMISOM, Hon. Lydia Wanyoto, congratulated the Somali and AMISOM forces for their bravery and resilience in taking over Baraawe and throughout the sustained Operation.

She noted that Baraawe was the nerve center for Al-Shabaab and that the defeat would be the group’s most significant loss since being driven out of Mogadishu and Kismayo.

“I wish to share some very good news with the people of Somalia. Al-Shabaab terror capital Baraawe is now under Somali government control for the first time in 23 years, since the last government of President Mohamed Siyad Bare. This is the second major town that has been liberated since the operation resumed,” she said.

Hon. Wanyoto added that retreating Al-Shabaab forces tried to mount an ambush in the outskirts of the coastal city.

“The Al-Shabaab ambush was immediately neutralized and our forces walked uninhibited into Baraawe, much to the delight of the locals many of whom thronged the streets to welcome the aligned forces,” Hon. Wanyoto said.

Officials said the capture of Baraawe is a significant victory for Somalia since the terrorists used the port there to import arms as well as receive foreign fighters into their ranks.

The group also used Baraawe to export charcoal to the Middle East, a lucrative multi-million dollar business that served as their main source of funding.

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