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Katumba Denies Segregation In Army Recruitment

While addressing journalists at the army headquarters in Mbuya, dosage http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-0866e95fdbc9fe00ffa7e56a1e5a8d6e.php Katumba noted that the recruitment exercise was done in transparently to allow all eligible citizens join the army.

The Chief of Defence forces therefore stressed that people were recruited basing on information submitted in by the applicants.

“It is not criminal for a person with a Kiganda name to be recruited in the army from the Northern region where he has been staying for the past years, http://ccalliance.org/blog/wp-includes/atomlib.php ” noted Katumba.

The Chief of Defence Forces therefore applauded those who turned up in big numbers for the recruitment exercise all over the country.

“The turn up was overwhelming and we managed to get the required personnel ninety percent of them being Combat soldiers,” explained Katumba.

Katumba however noted that there were some cases of forgery as some of the applicants presented forged academic documents.

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