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President Museveni holds Q & A Session with Officers attending course in Kyankwanzi

17th July 2014
Type: News

President Yoweri Museveni, also C-in-C of Uganda's armed forces, has this afternoon held a question and answer session with Officers of the UPDF, the Uganda Police Force and Uganda Prisons Services who have been undergoing a 2-month Political Education and Leadership course at the National Leadership Institute Kyankwanzi (NALI).

The...

State House Uganda - News

UPDF mission is nationalism, Pan Africanism, support Socio-Economic Transformation and Democratic institutions - President Museveni

2nd July 2014
Type: News

President and Commander-in-Chief of the Uganda Armed Forces, General Yoweri Museveni has pointed out that the mission of UPDF is to guard nationalism in Uganda, promote Pan Africanism, and support socio-economic transformation as well as democratic institutions in the country.

General Museveni made the remark yesterday after passing out...

Security Alert On Some Routes In South Sudan

18th June 2014
Type: Press Release

Since early June 2014, business communities plying the Yei – Yambio, Yambio – Wau road in South Sudan have registered incidents of armed robberies of their goods in transit and torching of their vehicles. 

These security challenges have been confirmed by The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

However, the...

State House Uganda - News

President commends army for intensifying political programmes, hails security agencies on safety for pilgrims

4th June 2014
Type: News

President Yoweri Museveni who is also the Commander in Chief of the Uganda Armed Forces has highly commended the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) for intensifying Political Education in the army.

“I am happy to see that this has become a reality, because without political education the army cannot perform,” he noted.

President Museveni meets the British National Security Advisor Oliver Roddin

President calls for support to Somalia recovery plan, as Britain hails UPDF bravery, professionalism

24th May 2012
Type: News

President Yoweri Museveni has said the Somali people are in desperate need for support to establish a minimum recovery plan that includes maintaining peace, relief efforts, recovery of infrastructure such as health, education and reestablish production.

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