[PHOTOS]: MINUSCA Task-Force commander visit Rwandan peacekeepers
The Joint Task-Force commander for Bangui (JTFB) under the United Nations Multidimensional Stabilization Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA), on Friday, visited the base camp for Rwanda Formed Police Unit (RWAFPU1-5).
RWAFPU1-5 deployed in the capital Bangui, is one of the three Rwandan Police contingents deployed in Central African Republic, each composed of 140 officers.
Brig. Gen. Coulibaly Bamoro was received by RWAFPU1-5 contingent commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Damas Gatare, who briefed him on their operations and readiness. The visit was in line with his tour of JTFB Units.
Brig. Gen. Bamoro later interacted with all officers of the contingent and thanked them for the “good work, courage and professionalism.”
“You are performing your assigned tasks well despite the operational challenges,” Brig. Gen. Bamoro said.
He congratulated the unit and pledged to be their ambassador.
“This is a great honor for me to visit the Rwanda Formed Police Units. I am pleased to say that you stand out among the best in JTFB, and I will continue to be its ambassador to have all operational and administrative requirements to fulfill your mandate. Congratulations,” Brig. Gen. Bamoro said.
They perform various duties including conducting patrols, ensure the protection of VIPs such as senior government officials, internally displaced camps, key installations, escort duties and other special assignments.