The Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba has for the second time in a space of five days warned whoever intends to destabilize Uganda they will have a very bad day.
Ugandan lawmakers on the Defence and Internal Affairs Committee began a five-day visit to Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) troops in Somalia in fulfilment of their constitutional mandate.
By Charles Lwanga
As a true son of the revolution, and a battle hardened warrior, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has spent most of his time, sacrificing his life for the continued peace in Uganda, the region, and Africa at large.
In 2002 and the following years, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba camped in Eastern Uganda -specifically Soroti Flying School where he coordinated and fiercely fought the deadly monster Joseph Kony and his rebels who had invaded Teso Sub Region, and causing suffering among our people.
The Senior Presidential Advisor for Special Operations, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has said he does not believe in the National Resistance Movement (NRM), noting that it is a reactionary organisation.
The Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces Chief of Staff for Land Forces Brig Gen Bob Ogiki reiterated Uganda’s commitment to the cause of the Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF) and other international organizations.
The Uganda Peoples' Defence Forces (UPDF) has partnered with the Ministry of Health, World Health Organization and the Uganda Diabetes Association to mark the World Diabetes Day.
The Deputy Chief of Defence Forces Lt Gen Peter Elwelu on Thursday met representatives from the European Union at the Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs (MODVA) headquarters at Mbuya for a disccussion that focused on security issues, especially African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (AT
The Second Edition of the Armed Forces Appreciation Motocross Challenge slated for November 27 was launched on Wednesday at Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala.
Uganda’s newly appointed Defence Advisors (DAs) to different missions abroad have been urged to uphold and maintain the different interests that the country has in its new areas of responsibility.
Officers from the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF), Uganda Police Force (UPF) and Uganda Prisons Services (UPS) on Thursday held a breakfast dialogue meeting on prevention of violence and torture, especially during elections.