Who is Brigadier Kayanja Muhanga?
Brigadier Kayanja Muhanga (born 1965), is Ugandan army officer. He currently serves as the Commander of the UPDF Contingent in Somalia . He was appointed to that position in January 2014 by General Yoweri Museveni, the Commander in Chief of the UPDF and the President of Uganda.
Who is Major General kayanja?
Major General Elly Kayanja (born 1959), is a Ugandan military officer in the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF). Effective September 2014, he is the Head of Operation Wealth Creation Programme, whose objective is to improve the standard of living of rural citizens, through farming.
Who is the UPDF commander?
|Uganda People’s Defence Force|
|Minister of Defense and Veteran Affairs||Vincent Ssempijja|
|Chief of Defence Forces||Gen. Wilson Mbadi|
Who is the wife of Muhoozi Kainerugaba?
Charlotte Nankunda Kutesam. 1999
Who is Muhoozi Kainerugaba mother?
Janet Kataaha Museveni
Who heads SFC in Uganda?
|Service/branch||Uganda People’s Defence Force|
|Years of service||1999 – present|
|Commands held||Special Forces Command (2008–2017, 2020–present)|
Who is m7 in Uganda?
|General Yoweri Kaguta Museveni|
|Preceded by||Tito Okello|
|Born||Yoweri Kaguta Museveni 15 September 1944 Rukungiri, British Protectorate of Uganda (now Uganda)|
|Political party||National Resistance Movement|
Where is Yoweri Museveni from?
Yoweri Museveni/Place of birth
Who is the mother of Museveni’s son?
How do I join SFC in Uganda?
A. RECRUITMENT CRITERIA : How To Join Uganda Army
- Citizenship: MUST be a Ugandan citizen and must be in possession of an Original National Identity Card.
- Medical: MUST be healthy and medically fit; ready to undergo medical and physical body check and a road run to test endurance and body fitness.
Who is Museveni second wife?
Janet Kataaha Musevenim. 1973
Who was the dictator of Uganda?
|Field Marshal Idi Amin|
|Allegiance||United Kingdom (until 1962) Uganda (from 1962)|
|Branch/service||British Army (1946–1962) Uganda Army (1962–1979)|
|Rank||Lieutenant (UK) Field marshal (Uganda)|
|Unit||King’s African Rifles (1946–1962)|