Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 3

STORY: AMISOM to help construct military

training facility for Somali National Army


DURATION: 2:11
SOURCE: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION
RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for
editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use.
It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other
purposes. All enquiries to
thenewsroom@auunist.org
CREDIT REQUIRED: AMISOM PUBLIC
INFORMATION
LANGUAGE: SOMALI/ NATURAL SOUND
DATELINE: 19/February/2017, BAIDOA, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST
1. Wide shot, AMISOM FC disembarking from a plane
2. Med shot, AMISOM FC welcomed by AMISOM officials
3. Wide shot, AMISOM officials touring frontline
4. Med shot, AMISOM officials touring frontline
5. Med shot, AMISOM officials touring frontline.
6. Med shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training
camp
7. SOUNDBITE: AMISOM FORCE COMMANDER, Lt. Gen.
Osman Noor Soubagleh
My trip to Baidoa today was about identifying a location
(training center) which will be used for training of new Somali
National Army recruits to be built and funded by the UK
government. We agreed on a particular location, which we
found suitable. I believe the administration here will approve
the location we have chosen.

8. Wide shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training


camp
9. Med shot, AMISOM officials touring frontline
10. Med shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training
camp
11. Close up, AMISOM officials discussing location of training
camp.
12. SOUNDBITE: AMISOM FORCE COMMANDER, Lt. Gen.
Osman Noor Soubagleh
The facility will be used to train new recruits for Somali
National Army, to build their capacity and skills in order for
them to take over the security of the country in the next one
and a half year.

13. Wide shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training


camp
14. Wide shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training
camp.
15. Med shot, AMISOM officials discussing location of training
camp.
16. Close up, AMISOM officials touring frontline

End

AMISOM to help construct military training facility for Somali


National Army
Baidoa, 19 February 2017 - The Force Commander of the African
Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) Lt. General Osman Noor
Soubagleh today led a delegation of senior military officials to South
West State to identify a suitable location for constructing a training
facility for the Somali National Army.

The delegation which included AMISOM Chief of Staff Abreha Tesfay,


held discussions with Sector 3 Somali National Army (SNA)
Commander, Gen. Ibrahim Yarow, and AMISOM Sector 3 Deputy
Contingent Commander, Col. Wanyo Abate.

My trip to Baidoa today was about identifying a location which will


be used for training new Somali National Army recruits which will be
built and funded by the UK government, said Lt. General
Soubagleh.

The Force Commander said the senior military officers had agreed
on a suitable location, expressing confidence that the local
administration will approve the location chosen.

The facility will be used to train new recruits for Somali National
Army, to build their capacity and skills in order for them to take over
the security of the country in the next one and a half years,
AMISOM Force Commander noted.

The construction of the training facility will be a major boost to


Somalia, which still needs more soldiers to strengthen and transform
SNA into a formidable unit capable of taking charge of the countrys
security after AMISOM troops exit.

A highly trained Somali National Army is inevitably required to


secure the government, the population and its infrastructure. It is
also expected to take over the overall security responsibility in the
country once AMISOM exits.