Members of Uganda’s Army High Command over the weekend expressed their continued support for the Uganda Peoples Defense Forces (UPDF) assisting other security agencies in keeping peace in the country.
This was revealed by President Yoweri Museveni who chaired a meeting of the army High command and army council over the weekend.
“The deliberations focused on the current security situation in the country and the meetings expressed satisfaction with the prevailing peace. They noted the need for the UPDF to continue supporting other security agencies when called upon to fight criminality.” Museveni revealed on his Facebook page.
He added, “We also discussed issues of soldiers’ welfare and I officiated at the commissioning of two officer cadets; Ignatius Taremwa and Teddy Namyalo, who recently completed training abroad.”
The Army Council is Uganda’s military’s supreme decision-making.