Commander land forces General David Muhoozi Kainerugaba has publicly said that Uganda's military is now second to non in Sub Saharan African with its skills yet to take another level to remain on of the best in Africa.
General David Muhoozi asserted that with the strong military, no one can disrupt the public peace that they have build.
"Uganda's military is now second to non in Sub Saharan Africa. We have very strong and well trained military team. I think with the well equipped skills in our soldiers no one can disrupt the public peace," General David Muhoozi Kainerugaba said.
The newly appointed commander of land forces said they got the wind that some weak groups are planning to stage attacks in Uganda.
"We are aware of their plan. The weak groups who call themselves ADF and CODECO from DRC. They should not dare because we will defeat them. We have defeated such groups before and some are still regretting," General David Muhoozi added.
I want to ask my fellow citizens to use this time to work hard and raise their living standards. The country is peacefully stable. We will continue serving you better.
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