Uganda’s First Son Lt, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has been appointed to head the Special Forces Command for another round by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
He will also serve as a presidential adviser on security. Muhoozi has replaced Maj Gen James Birungyi who has been moved to South Sudan for Special assignments. The Special Forces Command is a UPDF section responsible for the President’s security.
The appointments heve been confirmed by the UPDF spokesperson, Brig Gen Flavia Byekwaso.
In the same appointments, the deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj Gen Sabiiti, however, has been replaced by Maj Gen Paul Lokech. Muzei will now return to UPDF General Headquarters for redeployment.
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Muhoozi served in the same position from 2008 before being appointed as Senior Presidential Adviser for Special Operations on 10 January 2017.