Kikosi Maalum

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Kikosi Maalum (meaning "Special Force" in Swahili) was a militia of Ugandan exiles formed in Tanzania to fight against the regime of Idi Amin. Led by Milton Obote, Kikosi Maalum and FRONASA, as well as several smaller groups including Save Uganda Movement and Uganda Freedom Union, formed the Uganda National Liberation Front (UNLF) and its military wing the Uganda National Liberation Army (UNLA) in 1979 to fight alongside Tanzanian forces against Idi Amin. Kikosi Maalum forces were commanded by David Oyite-Ojok and Tito Okello.

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