General Ssejusa leads to changes in UPDF : General Katumba becomes CDF while Aronda technically becomes Kayihura’s boss


Folks:

That is the proper heading. General Ssejusa is responsible for the wider changes in UPDF. The winner is actually General Ssejusa. The biggest losers are General Nyakairima who becomes minister of internal affairs and becomes the lead minister for another loser, UAH’s very own IGP, Lt General Kale Kayihura. Basically General Ssejusa’s letter and the IGP’s moronic reaction cost him the CDF post, which was his to lose.

So General Aronda is now technically speaking Lt General Kale Kayihura’s immediate boss, but given recent developments General Arond wil realize what general Sejjusa’s letter was all about. To be blunt, IGP Kale Kayihura ain’t gonna report to General Arond. Hell no.

I should add that YKM is very cunning. He makes General Aronda minister of Internal affirs to work with the IGP who was alleged to be working with forces bent on eliminating him. General Aronda may be timid, but he ain’t stupid so you have a sour relationships from the word go. Neither will trust the other for real. General Ssejusa must be laughing over there in London.

The permanent secretaries are interesting. Congratulations to Nnalongo Guwatudde Kintu Christine, who goes to the thieving OPM. Incidentally, she is probably one of the longest serving Permanent secretaries. She became PS at a very young age. That Budo lady (1975-1978), Makerere College School (1979-1981), MUK 1981-1984 is very lucky. Be firm.

Why has YKM refused to promote Mr. Matia Kassaija who has stood with him since their tough days in UPM to full minister?

WBK

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ARMY RESHUFFLE:
Here is confirmation from UPDF of the promotions and changes made to the military command last night.

PRESS RELEASE

His Excellency the President of the Republic of Uganda and Commander in Chief of the UPDF has made the following promotions and changes within UPDF.

1. Gen Aronda Nyakairima formerly the Chief of Defence Forces has been appointed Minister of Internal Affairs.

2. Lt Gen Edward Katumba Wamala formerly Commander of Land Forces has been promoted to General and appointed the Chief of Defence Forces.

3. Lt Gen Ivan Koreta formerly Deputy Chief of Defence Forces has been appointed Ambassador of Station to be announced later.

4. Maj Gen Charles Angina formerly Chief of Staff of Land Forces has been promoted to Lt Gen and appointed Deputy Chief of Defence Forces.

5. Maj Gen Fred Mugisha formerly the Joint Chief of Staff is appointed Head of the National Counter Terrorism Centre to be set up.

6. Brig Wilson Mbadi formerly the 4Division Commander is promoted to Maj Gen and appointed Joint Chief of Staff.

7. Brig David Muhoozi formerly Commander Air Defence Division is promoted to Maj Gen and appointed Commander Land Forces.

8. Brig Samuel Turyagyenda, Commander Airforce is promoted to Maj Gen.

9. Brig Leopold Kyanda formerly Chief of Personnel and Administration is appointed Chief of Staff Land Forces.

10. Col Emmanuel Kanyesigye formerly 5Division Operations Officer transferred to 4Division as Division Commander.

We congratulate the Officers upon their well deserved promotions and appointments and wish them success in their new assignments.

PADDY ANKUNDA psc
Lt Col
DEF/UPDF SPOKESMAN

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By virtue of the Authority entrusted to me by Articles 113 (2) and 114 (3) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, I have decided to carry out a minor re-organization of the Government as indicated here-below:

1. Rt. Hon. Prime Minister – AMAMA MBABAZI

2. 1st Deputy Prime Minister &
Minister of Public Service – KAJURA HENRY
MUGANWA

3. 2nd Deputy Prime Minister
& Deputy Leader of Gov’t
Business in Parliament – MOSES ALI

4. Minister of East African
Affairs – Vacant

5. Minister of Security – MUKASA MURUULI
WILSON

6. Minister In-charge of
the Presidency – TUMWEBAZE
FRANK

7. Minister for Karamoja – MUSEVENI
JANET KATAAHA

8. Minister in Charge of
General Duties/Office of
the Prime Minister – KABWEGYERE
TARSIS

9. Minister of Disaster
Preparedness &
Refugees – ONEK HILARY

10. Minister of Information
& National Guidance – NAMAYANJA
ROSE

11. Minister of Agriculture,
Animal Industry &
Fisheries – BUCHANAYANDI
TRESS

12. Minister of Defence – KIYONGA CRISPUS

13. Minister of Education
& Sports – ALUPO JESSICA
ROSE EPEL

14. Minister of Energy and
Minerals – MULONI IRENE

15. Minister of Finance and
Economic Planning – KIWANUKA MARIA

16. Minister of Works and
Transport – BYANDALA
ABRAHAM JAMES

17. Minister of Justice – KAHINDA OTAFIIRE
& Constitutional Affairs

18. Attorney General – NYOMBI PETER

19. Minister of Gender, Labour
& Social affairs – BUSINGYE
MARY KAROORO OKURUT

20. Minister of Trade,
Industry & Cooperatives – KYAMBADDE
AMELIA ANNE

21. Minister of Water &
Environment – KAMUNTU
EPHRAIM

22. Minister of Lands,
Housing & Urban
Development – MIGEREKO DAUDI

23. Minister of Health – RUHAKANA
RUGUNDA

24. Minister of Foreign
Affairs – KUTESA
KAHAMBA SAM

25. Minister of Information
& Communications
Technology – NASASIRA
MWOONO JOHN

26. Minister of Local
Government – MWESIGE ADOLF

27. Minister without
Portfolio in-charge of
Political Mobilization – TODWONG
RICHARD

28. Government Chief Whip – KASULE JUSTINE
LUMUMBA

29. Minister of Tourism
Wildlife & Antiquities – MARIA
MUTAGAMBA

30. Minister of Internal Affairs – NYAKAIRIMA
ARONDA

MINISTERS OF STATE:
Office of the President:

1. Minister of State for
Economic Monitoring – BANYENZAKI
HENRY

2. Minister of State for
Ethics and Integrity – LOKODO SIMON

Office of the Vice President:

3. Minister of State
Vice President’s Office – NYANZI VINCENT

Office of the Prime Minister:

4. Minister of State for
Relief and Disaster
Preparedness – ECWERU MUSA
FRANCIS

5. Minister of State for
Northern Uganda – AMUGE OTENGO
REBECCA

6. Minister of State for
Karamoja – OUNDO NEKESA
BARBARA

7. Minister of State
for Luwero Triangle – KATAIKE
SARAH NDOBOLI

8. Minister of State for
Teso Affairs – AMONGIN APORU
CHRISTINE HELLEN

9. Minister of State for
Bunyoro Affairs – KIIZA ERNEST

Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

10. Minister of State for
International Affairs – ORYEM OKELLO

11. Minister of State for
Regional Affairs – KIYINGI ASUMAN

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries

12. Minister of State for
Agriculture – NYIIRA
ZERUBABEL
MIJUMBI

13. Minister of State for
Fisheries – NANKABIRWA
SENTAMU RUTH

14. Minister of State for Animal
Industry – RWAMIRAMA
K. BRIGHT

Ministry of Education and Sports

15. Minister of State for Sports – BAKABULINDI
CHARLES

16. Minister of State for Primary
Education – KAMANDA
BATARINGAYA

17. Minister of State for
Higher Education – MUYINGO JOHN
CHRYSOSTOM

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development:

18. Minister of State for Energy – D’UJANGA SIMON

19. Minister of State for Minerals – LOKERIS AIMAT
PETER

Ministry of Finance, Planning & Economic Development:

20. Minister of State for Finance
(General) – JACAN OMACH
FRED MANDIR

21. Minister of State for Planning – KASAIJA MATIA

22. Minister of State for
Investment – AJEDRA GABRIEL
GADISON ARIDRU

23. Minister of State for
Privatization – KAJARA ASTON
PETERSON

24. Minister of State for Micro-
Finance – AMALI OKAO
CAROLINE

Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development:

25. Minister of State for Gender
and Culture – ISANGA LUKIA
NAKADAMA

26. Minister of State for Youth and
Children Affairs – KIBUULE RONALD

27. Minister of State for Labour,
Employment and Industrial
Relations – RUKUTANA
MWESIGWA

28. Minister of State for Elderly
and Disability: – MADADA
SULAIMAN

Ministry of Health:

29. Minister of State for
Health (General) – TUMWESIGYE
ELIODA

30. Minister of State for
Primary Health Care – OPENDI OCHIENG
SARAH

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development:

31. Minister of State for
Housing – ENGOLA SAM

32. Minister of State for
Urban Development – NAJJEMBA
ROSEMARY

33. Minister of State for
Lands – NANTABA
AIDAH

Ministry of Trade and Industry:

34. Minister of State for
Trade – WAKIKOONA DAVID

35. Minister of State for
Industry – MUTENDE
SHINYABULO JAMES

Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities:

36. Minister of State for
Tourism – AKIROR AGNES

Ministry of Water and Environment:

37. Minister of State for Water – ATUKU BIGOMBE
BETTY

38. Minister of State for
Environment – NABUGERA
MUNAABA FLAVIA

Ministry of Works and Transport:

39. Minister of State for
Transport – CHEBROT
STEPHEN CHEMOIKO

40. Minister of State for
Works – BYABAGAMBI
JOHN

Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs

41. Deputy Attorney General – RUHINDI FRED

Ministry of Defence

42. Minister of State for
Defence – ODONGO JEJE

Ministry of Internal Affairs

43. Minister of State for
Internal Affairs – BABA JAMES

Ministry of ICT

44. Minister of State for
Communication (ICT) – NYOMBI TEMBO

Ministry of Local Government

45. Minister of State for
Local Government – AADROA ALEX
ONZIMA

Ministry of Public Service

46. Minister of State for
Public Service – SSEZI PRISCA
MBAGUTA

Ministry of East African Affairs

47. Minister of State for
East African Affairs – SHEM BAGAINE

Dr. Christine Ondoa – SENIOR
PRESIDENTIAL ADVISER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH (in-charge of Medical Issues)

SIGNED this …………………..day of May, in the Year of our Lord Two Thousand Thirteen.

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA
& CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL RESISTANCE MOVEMENT

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Comments

4 Comments so far. Leave a comment below.
  1. peter mvami,

    Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 15:52:34 +0000 To: trustu02@hotmail.co.uk

  2. Eddy,

    Mr. WBK, what about the cabinet reshuffle; who caused it? Speculations can’t build Uganda.

  3. Kibula Peter,

    Akutwaala ekiro omusiima bukede,,,it’s our time to have CDF since long time,long leave GYKM and Genak devid ssejusa .

  4. MAN,

    Dont you see people are now happy with the Mr.Museveni this is wht pple want Muhozi should have been Full General the way am seeing it

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