Paul Kagame visits Rwandan troops fighting in Mozambique

The Rwandan President Paul Kagame has visited the Rwandan troops which are backing the Mozambican forces to fight terrorists in the country.

Paul Kagame has offered to keep Rwandan forces in Cabo Delgado if they’ll be needed as internally displaced people are resettled, BBC News reports.

Rwandan forces have made significant advances, capturing the jihadists’ main headquarters in the port city of Mocímboa da Praia last month.

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The Rwandan troops say they have liberated 90% of the province from militants.

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