If My Soildiers Problems Are Not Sorted, I Will Retire From Army By Next Year- General David Muhoozi
The Uganda Commander of Land Forces, General David Muhoozi Kainerugaba today publicly vowed to retire from Ugandan Army if the government fails to sort out the problems of the soldiers before next year. David Muhoozi's remarks came few days after he asked for capital from the newly formed government in bid to raise the welfare of the military personnel.
Ugandan army commander of land forces Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba has sparked a heated debate online after he praised the capability of the army. According to the sources General Muhoozi claimed that the army was among the best armies in the world and only fools will be dreaming of fighting them.
Uganda`s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has taken to the limelight to awarded his elder son, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba with another high profile job, to serve as the new Commander of Land Forces, who will be taking over from General Peter Elwelu with the latter being appointed as the Deputy Chief Defence Forces in Uganda.
Uganda's Commander of Land Forces, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba has expressed his confidence in Ugandan soldiers. According to him, no enemy can be able to beat them since the country's soldiers are always prepared. Photo (Courtesy) Muhoozi exuded confidence in Uganda's Army praising them of their readiness to protect their country by all means.
(photos courtesy) Renowned army General from neighboring Uganda, General Katumba has this morning witnessed a horrifying ordeal after assassins tried to take his life. According to sources, the army General was driving with his driver and daughter this morning when all hell. Broke loose.
On Wednesday evening, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, commander of Uganda's Land Forces shared an old photo of President Yoweri Museveni eliciting mixed reactions from Ugandans online. The picture, taken in 1967 while Museveni was studying at Dar es Salaam University, shows a good-looking 23 years old President Kaguta in spectacles.
Ugandan commander of Land Forces General David Muhoozi Kainerugaba today said that United People Defence Force(UPDF), is the best army on earth. The newly appointed Commander of land forces while speaking to senior officers in the army, said only the sick ones are dreaming about fighting the army.
'You Will Always be Our Inspiration and Guide' Museveni's Son Thanks Father After Military Promotion
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda recently appointed his son, Lt Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, as the new commander, Land Forces. Lt Gen Kainerugaba has been serving as the commander, Special Forces Command (SFC). Following his appointment, Muhoozi took to social media to thank his father, Museveni, for the promotion.
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'Enemies are Declaring Me Dead or Ill From Covid 19' Says Museveni's Son Amid Rumours of Poor Health
Uganda's Commander of Land Forces, Lieutenant General Muhoozi Kaneirubanga, has come out to deny rumours of his incapacitation. Muhoozi resorted to Twitter to address anxieties about his health, noting that his opponents have declared him dead three times. Muhoozi added that this is the third time his enemies are declaring him dead.
The Ugandan Commander of Land Forces tells National Unity Platform spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi that he is imbecile after he replied on one of his posts about the Guinea Coup d'etat. General Muhoozi today said if given the opportunity, it will not take seven days for the UPDF to bring order and peace in Guinea plus flush out the military agents that overthrew President Alpha Conde's government through unconstitutional means.