WATCH: Uganda launches new condom pack for its soldiers
Ugnada’s military has launched a new condom brand, Ulinzi (Swahili for “protection”), for its soldiers in order to ensure they have safe sex.
Chief of Staff Brig Leopold Kyanda told troops they needed to be “safe first and thereafter you can defend the country”.
“If the individual soldier does not ensure that he is secure then there is no way he can defend his country,” he added.
Uganda’s popular NTV station has put up a video of the ceremony where the condom was launched:
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