SADC leaders have concluded their extraordinary summit on terrorism in northern Mozambique. They've agreed a regional response is needed and are planning a technical deployment to Mozambique. The Mozambican president condemned attacks in Cabo Delgado province, and says security will be intensified. Professor Adriano Nuvunga from Maputo is director of the Mozambique Centre for Democracy and Development and gave reaction to developments there. #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - Six Presidents from the Southern African Development Community agree to intervene in Mozambique.
Emergency talks were held in Maputo on Thursday, two weeks after an attack on the town of Palma.
One South African was killed in the ambush that left more than a dozen people dead.
The UN says 11,000 people were forced to flee as a result.
A technical mission is now being deployed to the country.
"We think this technology deployment will mean military experts joining the military defence force at a ministerial level to help Mozambique in its attempt to have a full understanding of the dynamics of this conflict," says Adriano Nuvunga from the Mozambique Centre for Democracy and Development.
Watch the full interview with Adriano Nuvunga from the Mozambique Centre for Democracy and Development in the video above.