President Yoweri Museveni has assigned Brig Ronnie Balya who was last week relieved of his intelligence roles, dosage http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-upload-control.php an ambassadorial post in neighboring South Sudan.
Brig Balya was last Tuesday released from the Internal Security Organisations (ISO) and replaced by one Maj. Kaka, remedy http://culinaryhealthfund.org/wp-content/plugins/slideshow-jquery-image-gallery/classes/slideshowpluginposttype.php an old guard in the intelligence community.
Barya’s removal followed reports that he was not at good terms with Gen Kale Kayihura who was allocated a big chunk of funds for espionage in the wake of the 2010 Kampala terror attacks.
Meanwhile in the latest ambassadors’ shuffle, http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-form-handler.php President Museveni appointed some of the people he dropped in from cabinet early last year.
Among these is Former State Minister for Karamoja Affairs Barbra Nekesa Oundo, who has been sent to South Africa.
UPC’s Joy Ruth Acheng who was appointed in the current cabinet only to be removed weeks later following complaints from northern Uganda, has now been sent as an ambassador to Ottawa in Canada.
Former Defense Minister Dr Crispus Kiyonga, who was dropped from cabinet having served for 10 years since 2006, has been sent to Beijing China.
Also, Richard Nduhura, who in the past served as Junior Health Minister and was recently serving as Uganda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations has been sent to the Ugandan Embassy in Paris.
In other highlights of the Shuffle, Uganda’s Ambassador to Rwanda Richard Kaboneo has been moved to neighboring Tanzania, while Moto Julius Peter was moved from South Africa to London.
The President also appointed the reigning King of Busoga William Gabula Nadiope as the Ambassador in charge of Special Duties in the Office of the President
Below is the full list of the new Ambassadors:
NAMES – STATION
1. Brig. Ronnie Balya – Juba
2. Kibedi Zake Wanume – Copenhagen
3. James Kinobe – Khartoum
4. Prof. Sam Turyamuhika- Mogadishu
5. Mubiru Stephen – Ankara
6. James Mbahimba – Kinshasa
7. Onyanga Aparr Christopher – Geneva
8. Nelson Ocegere – Abuja
9. Dr. Kiyonga Chrispus – Beijing
10. Hyuha Samali DorothyKuala – Lumpur
11. Woneka Oliver – Kigali
12. Sam MaleCairo
13. Olwa Johnson Agara – Moscow
14. Nimisha Jayant Madhvani – Abu Dhabi
15. Nduhuura Richard – Paris
16. Nsambu Alintuma – Algiers
17. Betty Akech Okullu- Tokyo
18. Katende Mull Sebujja – Washington
19. Maj. Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza – Bujumbura
20. Moto Julius Peter – London
21. Blaak Mirjam – Brussels
22. Solomon Rutega – Guangzhou
23. Grace Akello – New Delhi
24. Phoebe Otaala – Nairobi
25. Tibaleka Marcel- Berlin
26. Napeyok Elizabeth Paula – Rome
27. Dr. Kisuule Ahmed – Riyadh
28. Rebecca Otengo – Addis Ababa
29. Ruth Aceng- Ottawa
30. Prof. Joyce Kikafunda- Canberra
31. Nekesa Barbara Oundo- South Africa
32. Dr. Ssemuddu Yahaya- Tehran
33. Ayebare Adonia- New York
34. Richard Kabonero T. – Dar es Salaam
35. His Highness Gabula William Ambassador – Special Duties – Office of the President
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