Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has called for a common regional strategy to fight terrorism after 148 people were killed in northeastern Kenya.
Museveni in a statement issued here on Sunday described the Thursday extremists attack on Garissa University as an attack on the entire region not only Kenya.
“The terrorism threat by extremist forces is one of the most urgent problems facing our region. It therefore, calls for a common strategy and joint efforts by all the countries in our region to fight and defeat the terrorist forces that are determined to roll back the gains we have together been making,” Museveni said.
Museveni said Uganda will continue to work with Kenya and all other countries of the region to move forward the frontiers of peace and eliminate terrorism. Enditem
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