FOMAC

AcronymDefinition
FOMACFriends of Makerere in Canada (Makerere University; Canada-Uganda group)
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FOMAC's commander Gabonese General Jean Felix Akaga reported explosions on the outskirts of the capital.
He was chairman of the board of FoMac, Inc., and became dealer principal of Albert Equipment Company in 1959, until he retired in 1990.
To regain any sense of security, the residents of Kaga Bandoro increasingly rely on the presence of 50 Congolese troops in a multi-national peacekeeping force (FOMAC), provided by regional countries to try to prevent any further descent into chaos.
The FOMAC local commander, Captain Olivier Ondougo, said that the security situation had stabilised and that Seleka soldiers have "changed mentality" and abandoned their "rebellious behaviour".
"The rebels are in control of the city even though there is still some sporadic gunfire," a source in the multinational central African force FOMAC told AFP.
Sauve du desastre, grace a la presence rassurante et efficace de l'armee tchadienne, renforcee en la circonstance par la Fomac (Force multinationale d'Afrique du Centre) et les troupes sud-africaines deployees recemment a Bangui), le president conteste par l'opposition democratique et la rebellion federee dans la Seleka, lachera-t-il du lest?
The placard reads: "No to Chad Multinational Force of Central Africa (FOMAC).
L'avertissement du general Jean-Felix Akaga, commandant de la Force multinationale d'Afrique centrale (Fomac) deployee en Centrafrique (760 hommes a la fin de la semaine), fixe la ligne d'armistice entre les rebelles et le pouvoir centrafricain qui tient sa survie a la presence majoritaire de l'armee tchadienne et au soutien de ses homologues d'Afrique centrale.
The other two missions are the Central African Multinational Force (FOMAC) and the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI).
Multinational Force (FOMAC) and and the Regional Assistance Mission to