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Gen Tumwiine sworn in as Security minister

Newly appointed Security minister Gen Elly Tumwiine has taken oath replacing Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde who was dropped in recent changes.

The ceremony attended by among others, the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Janet Museveni, minister of Internal Affairs Jeje Odongo, minister of Public Service Muruli Mukasa and Govt Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa was presided over by President Museveni.

Gen Elly Tumwiine taking oath as Security minister at State House

Speaking at the ceremony, Museveni tasked the security leadership to keep re-orienting their staff and also work as a team.

"I urge security personnel and the public service at large to work as a team because it is the surest way to success. When you work as a team you benefit from the knowledge of others" Museveni said.

Museveni congratulated Tumwiine, who he said was his student in 1967 and later joined him as a freedom fighter.

He said the security sector needs to keep up with advancements in technology adding that there is nothing that the government cannot acquire if it is important. "All technology gaps must be filled" Museveni emphasized.

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0 #1 Odongkara 2018-03-13 12:56
Every thing is limited to the same region and yet we hear: no sectarianism, ethnicity, nepotism, what a fallacy!!
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0 #2 WADADA rogers 2018-03-13 18:49
His appointment amounts to old wine in new bottles, these guys need to retire and give the younger generation a gap, old people are not bad, for they are like the old brooms but the problem is that they are too many in the cabinet, look at Naduli, Kirunda Kivejinja, Saida Bumba, Moses Ali etch, and the obvious one, these would take on the role of grooming the young ones
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0 #3 rubangakene 2018-03-13 19:21
Protocol, pomp and circumstance 26out of the window for these lot!

Whatever happened to the 'black bible' and a nice dark suit?
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