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If you understand Uganda, then you know what this list means:

27 Sep

By Stephen Twinoburyo.

Note: The lists below, of various sectors in Uganda, will keep getting updated – and growing:

UPDF – Uganda People’s Defence Forces – from Uganda Correspondent

General Yoweri Museveni


1. Gen. Aronda Nyakairima – Chief of Defence Forces (CDF)

2. Gen. Elly Tumwine- Special Adviser to President

3. Gen. Salim Saleh – Special Adviser to President

4. Gen. David Tinyefunza- Intelligence Co-ordinator

5. Lt. Gen. Ivan Koreta- Deputy CDF based at Ministry of Defence (MOD) Mbuya

6. Maj. Gen. Jim Owesigire – CAF –Entebbe

7. Maj. Gen. Joram Mugume – Head UPDF Land Forces

8. Maj. Gen. Kale Kaihura – Inspector General of Police

9. Maj. Gen. Pecos Kutesa – UPDF Doctrine

10. Maj. Gen. Nathan Mugisha – Head of UNISOM Somalia

11. Babashaija – Director General Prisons

12. Brig. Sabiiti – UPDF Engineering Division

13. Brig. J. Mugume – Head Army Shop

14. Brig. Rusoke – Joint Chief of Staff (COS)

15. Brig. Burundi – 1st Divsion Commander

16. Brig. Kankiriho – 3rd Division Commander

17. Brig. Kalyebala – Commandant Kabamba Training Wing

18. Brig. Rwehururu – Adviser to CDF

19. Brig. Mugisha – Head Field Artillery

20. Brig. P. Mugyenyi – Head of Motorized Division

21. Brig. James Mugira – Head Chieftainancy of Military Intelligence

22. Col. T. Mugume – Chief of Finance UPDF HQ

23. Brig. Moses Rwakitarite – COS Air Force Entebbe.

24. Col. Shaban Bantariza – Head Kyankwanzi Political School

25. Col. David Muhoozi – Head Armoured Division, Masaka

26. Col. Ramadhan Kyamulesire – Head Legal Department of UPDF

27. Col. Byarugaba – Head Education Dept, MOD Mbuya

28. Col. Bakahumula – Chief of Personnel/Administration

29. Col. Fred Mwesigye – Head of NEC/Industrialisation

30. Col. P. Katirima – UPDF Chief Political Commissar

31. Col Kareba – UPDF Chief of Pensions and Gratuity

33. Col. Victor Mwesigye – Deputy Signal/Communication Officer

34. Col. Mugisha – Head Military Police, Makindye.

35. Col. D. Twewombe – Deputy CMI

36. Col. Mushanyufu – UPDF Head of IT/Records

37. Col. Ronnie Balya – Director General Internal Security Organisation

38. Col. Muhoozi Kainerugaba – Commander of Special Forces Group (Pres Museveni’s son)

39. Lt. Col. Sabiiti – Commanding Officer Presidential Guard Brigade

40. Lt. Col. John Namanya – OPN PGB

41. Lt. Col. Birungi – UPDF Head of Artillery

42. Lt. Col. Nyarwa – UPDF Head of Marine Unit

43. Lt. Col. Kanyagonya – CMI Legal Officer

44. Col. Felix Kulaigye – UPDF Spokesman

45. Lt. Col. Paddy Ankunda – UPDF Spokesman Somalia

46. Lt. Col. Bakoku Barigye – UNISOM Spokesman based in Mogadishu

47. Lt. Col. Karugaba – Deputy Chief of Logistics and Engineering

48. Lt. Col. Kagoro – UPDF Deputy Legal Officer, based at Mbuya

49. Lt. Col. Karemire – UPDF Head Protocol Section

50. Lt. Col. Grace Agaba – UPDF Director of Administration

51. Lt. Col. Tumisiime – Head Special Investigating Branch (SIB)

52. Lt. Col. Ishoke – Director CMI Counter Intelligence

53. Lt. Col. Winyi – UPDF Director of Records

54. Lt. Col. Kakuru – UPDF Director of Personnel

55. Major Tukacungura – UPDF Chief Prosecutor, Bombo

56. Major Mugyerwa – UPDF Director of Finance

56. Major Mbonye – Head JAT – CMI based at Kololo

57. Major Asaba – CMI Analyst based at Mbuya

58. Capt. Jonah Musinguzi – Director UPDF Forex Bureau

59. Mrs. Rosette Byengoma – Permanent Sec. MOD HQ Mbuya

60. Mrs. Naome Kibajju – Under Secretary MOD (I/C Logistics in UPDF)

61. Mrs. Buturo – Under Secretary (Finance) MOD Mbuya

62. Mrs. Mbabazi – Director Arms Factory Nakasongola

63. Mrs Kalenzi – SPPS – Defence to H.E based at Mbuya

64. Mr. Nawumanya – UPDF Head of Auditing Depart, Mbuya

65. Mr. Grace Turyagumanawe – Ex-Kampala Met. Police Commander

Original source: http://www.ugandacorrespondent.com/articles/2011/09/the-%E2%80%98ethnic-army%E2%80%99-keeping-museveni-in-power-2/

Uganda Police Force:

Who of these have been responsible for violations against people they are meant to protect?

Assistant IGP


  1. Turyagumanawe Grace
  2. Bisherurwa Richard
  3. Kiyaga Fred
  4. Sharita Julius
  5. Byakagaba Abas
  6. Sorowen Andrew
  7. Rwego Francis
  8. Bangirana Godfrey
  9. Asani Kasingye
  10. Jesca Orodriyo
  11. Ochom


Commissioners:

  1. Luvuma Samuel
  2. Isabirye Patrick
  3. Ndyomugyenyi Felix
  4. Ocaya James
  5. Arinaitwe Peneaha
  6. Sakira Moses
  7. Binoga Moses
  8. Kyamukama Samuel
  9. Twaruhukwa Erasmus
  10. Mugisha Bazil
  11. Kasiima Steven
  12. Mugisa Joseph
  13. Irungu Moses
  14. Muyirima Alfarouk
  15. Magara David
  16. Muwanga Elizabeth
  17. Muhatane Cleophas
  18. Oyo Nyeko Benson
  19. Ndugutse, Laban Muhabwe
  20. Kaweesi Andrew
  21. Ongom
  22. Bitwire

Uganda’s Topmost Corrupt Politicians as per Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) – 2010

  1. Amama Mbabazi (Prime Minister)
  2. Yoweri Museveni (President)
  3. Jim Muhwezi (Member of NRM top brass and Former Minister of Health)
  4. Kahinda Otafiire (Justice Minister)
  5. Ezra Suruma (Former Finance Minister)
  6. MD David Jamwa (Former National Social Security Fund Boss)
  7. Mike Mukula (Former State Minister for Health)
  8. John Nasasira (NRM Chief Whip and Former Transport Minister)

This list was compiled at the when sentiments around the NSSF saga were high and it’s likely that taking the hosting of CHOGM into consideration, other people like Sam Kuteesa (Minister of Foreign Affairs) would feature prominently. People like David Jamwa could instead drop off.

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7 Comments

Posted by on September 27, 2011 in Stephen Twinoburyo's blogs

 

7 responses to “If you understand Uganda, then you know what this list means:

  1. ddembe

    September 30, 2011 at 15:44

    The shameless ethnicisation of the army was one of the things Museveni claimed he was fighting against!

    Now we are right back where we started -trying to dislodge another man in a long line of other men believe that the country and its citizens owe them!

    And not even the fact that previous ethnicisation of the army did not help the previous occupants of state house seems to make him think!

    Why are our leaders doomed to always make the same mistakes over and over again? And why do innocent Ugandans have to always puck up the pieces?

     
  2. james

    October 2, 2011 at 20:46

    We got to accept the nation has been hijacked by one ethnic grouping. I wonder what it will take to reverse this?

    Stephen if I might ask, at what stage did you get to realise that Museveni believed in tribalism? I recall as early as 1986 shortly after taking over power it was very evident that NRM was an ethnically based organisation. Some of us saw this long time ago. Do you know that there are people who still believe that ethnicity is not a haul mark of the NRM? And by the way what was the sectarian bill all about, was it that tribalism was so big then that we had to enact a law to curb it? I doubt it was meant to let these guys reward themselves and their Rwandese counterparts who were then holding high ranking positions (ie Fred Rwijema, Paul Kagame etc) with nobody raising a finger.

     
  3. Grace

    October 3, 2011 at 05:35

    ST, on the list of Commissioners of Police, you put two people on No. 19 separated with a Comma. Could you please edit. Nevertheless, I can already see the imbalance. The same does not end in the army. The bug has caught up with police too.

     
  4. Kalaa Mataya

    November 29, 2011 at 17:22

    This is very good and encouraging!! Because members of one region are pegged at the top and the remaining junior officers who do the donkey work are from the other regions, it gives us a lot of hope since, the top has been proven not to effect changes but the bottom in military circles does. Fellow countrymen, there is no cause for alarm, we shall bring this group down easily as the fomulae lies in this set up of theirs with only selected people,pals and loved ones who cant risk a battle since they are eating and hence fear death!!
    Winning a battle of this magnitude starts from the private down and then gets to those commanding the sections!We have them in our hands firmly. Keep getting more on these set ups for our preps and organisation.

     
  5. Joshua Kato

    March 15, 2012 at 11:30

    In the army, why do you leave out Lt General Katumba Wamala, Lt-General Moses Ali and Lt-General Jeje Odongo? is it because if you put them there, your message will become distorted?

     
    • Kasaija

      March 26, 2012 at 10:16

      good observation Joshua,this data is totally misleading the public and spreading hatred, nationalists pse focuss on issues affecting the common man other than wolokoso that drives us backwards.
      for instance Uganda has more than 5 Maj Generals,etc.What ST did is only pick people from one region in an army of 20,000+ soldiers which is not proper

       
  6. bulojje

    November 13, 2012 at 19:45

    the army is not all about whom you’re but instead what you’re AND what you one can do for the country
    try to change your mindset to the bitterness and the good will of our country Uganda
    otherwise that was a good observation if you hand concentrated upon new innovation and creative ideas. Uganda would be a step ahead after the 50th independence celebrations

     

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