The UAE’s attempt to bring paid fighters from Uganda to fight in Yemen: Sources




Sources revealed that the United Arab Emirates ,part of the Saudi-led coailtion, sought to bring new paid fighters from Uganda to fight in Yemen, after fears of the withdrawal of Sudan’s forces.

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan plans to visit Uganda to sign a number of agreements. Among the agreements to be signed with President Yoweri Museveni is an agreement in which Uganda is committed to provide 10,000 Ugandan fighters, 2,000 are in Somalia, and the rest will be sent to Yemen to support the UAE forces there.

According to the information, the concelar of Ugandan President Dr. Najwa Kadhim al-Dam, who plays political roles in the Nile Basin countries, arranged the agreement that will be discussed by Mohammed bin Zayed with the Ugandan president.

It is worth mentioning that there has been a growing demand for the withdrawal of Sudanese soldiers who are fighting on behalf of the Saudi army and Yemeni territory for money after the heavy losses .