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“Pamela Ankunda now PRO ministry of Internal affairs,” he tweeted.
Ankunda left UMC after the 2011 Presidential elections.
Her appointment comes at a time when government is deploying cadres in top information offices to counter opposition and government critics especially in the media.
Just recently, President Museveni appointed NRM spin doctor, Opondo, to take over UMC from Fred Opolot who was transferred to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Morrison Rwakakamba, a regular columnist, was also named Special Presidential Assistant in charge of Research and Information while the youthful and social media enthusiast, Sarah Kagingo, took the Presidential Communications Assistant docket.
Insiders say Presidency Minister, Frank Tumwebaze, is the man behind the latest appointments of information officers in key positions.
They are expected to oversee the implementation of government’s information strategy ahead of the 2016 general elections.
The officers are also mandated to ensure a positive coverage of government business and flow of information to the public domain.