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UNRA Appoints New Directors

Kagina (C) inspecting roads works to ensure deadlines are respected

President Museveni has called on the present generation to defend the sovereignty of Africa and said he was happy that the Algerian Military Academy was emphasizing the teaching of science and technology in military training, doctor http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-content/plugins/archives-calendar-widget/arw-settings.php which is a detonator of change.

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The President who is on a four-day state visit to Algeria was Tuesday touring the Military Academy of Cherchell, an institution under the Ministry of National Defence, National Armed Forces Military staff Land forces Command of the Democratic Republic of Algeria.

Museveni with a senior Algeria army official at the military academy

Museveni with a senior Algeria army official at the military academy

“How will the present generation defend the sovereignty of Africa? How are we going to defend Africa? You saw the mistakes in Libya. On some issues, they don’t consult us and on others they go against us like was the case for Libya. We, the African leaders need to answer the question of how to defend Africa in modern times,” he said.

The President was speaking shortly after touring the Military Academy including the museum, various scientific laboratories and witnessing a tactical exercise in the training center and the academic facility.

The military academy offers basic military training, officer cadet course, junior staff courses, senior staff courses, specialized courses as well graduate and post graduate educational courses.

Museveni said he was happy that the Algerian Military Academy was emphasizing the teaching of science and technology in military training

Museveni said he was happy that the Algerian Military Academy was emphasizing the teaching of science and technology in military training

President Museveni said that the current generation of military and political leaders has a challenge of guaranteeing the independence of Africa and safeguarding her from the external forces that are constantly threatening the continent’s sovereignty by working to dominate her.

“How will the current generation of Africans defend our sovereignty so that we don’t be like our fore fathers who were colonized? We were lucky we regained our independence because of our continued resistance, the coming to power of the communists in china and USSR and the infighting by the colonial masters but how are sure that we won’t be recolonized,” he said.

On arrival at the Academy, President Museveni who was accompanied by the Algerian Minister for African affairs and Cooperation Mr Lamamra Ramtane inspected a Guard of Honour.

Museveni touring the Museum

Museveni touring the Museum

Major General Ahcene Tafer, Algeria Land Forces Commander and Gen. Bouafia Belracem, the commandant of the Academy, later escorted him on the tour.

“We can’t accept colonialism of hegemony; it is proof that domination is not good. If it was good, Africa would be the most prosperous continent because it had slave trade, colonialism, etc. I salute the Algerian People’s struggle against colonialism and the officers and soldiers for their contribution to African peace,” he said.

The President was later hosted to a luncheon by the Academy Command, which later presented him with gifts.

Museveni in a group photo with Algerian top army officials

Museveni in a group photo with Algerian top army officials


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The President who is on a four-day state visit to Algeria was Tuesday touring the Military Academy of Cherchell, an institution under the Ministry of National Defence, National Armed Forces Military staff Land forces Command of the Democratic Republic of Algeria.

Museveni with a senior Algeria army official at the military academy

Museveni with a senior Algeria army official at the military academy

“How will the present generation defend the sovereignty of Africa? How are we going to defend Africa? You saw the mistakes in Libya. On some issues, they don’t consult us and on others they go against us like was the case for Libya. We, the African leaders need to answer the question of how to defend Africa in modern times,” he said.

The President was speaking shortly after touring the Military Academy including the museum, various scientific laboratories and witnessing a tactical exercise in the training center and the academic facility.

The military academy offers basic military training, officer cadet course, junior staff courses, senior staff courses, specialized courses as well graduate and post graduate educational courses.

Museveni said he was happy that the Algerian Military Academy was emphasizing the teaching of science and technology in military training

Museveni said he was happy that the Algerian Military Academy was emphasizing the teaching of science and technology in military training

President Museveni said that the current generation of military and political leaders has a challenge of guaranteeing the independence of Africa and safeguarding her from the external forces that are constantly threatening the continent’s sovereignty by working to dominate her.

“How will the current generation of Africans defend our sovereignty so that we don’t be like our fore fathers who were colonized? We were lucky we regained our independence because of our continued resistance, the coming to power of the communists in china and USSR and the infighting by the colonial masters but how are sure that we won’t be recolonized,” he said.

On arrival at the Academy, President Museveni who was accompanied by the Algerian Minister for African affairs and Cooperation Mr Lamamra Ramtane inspected a Guard of Honour.

Museveni touring the Museum

Museveni touring the Museum

Major General Ahcene Tafer, Algeria Land Forces Commander and Gen. Bouafia Belracem, the commandant of the Academy, later escorted him on the tour.

“We can’t accept colonialism of hegemony; it is proof that domination is not good. If it was good, Africa would be the most prosperous continent because it had slave trade, colonialism, etc. I salute the Algerian People’s struggle against colonialism and the officers and soldiers for their contribution to African peace,” he said.

The President was later hosted to a luncheon by the Academy Command, which later presented him with gifts.

Museveni in a group photo with Algerian top army officials

Museveni in a group photo with Algerian top army officials


A new management structure of Uganda National Road Authority (UNRA) is slowly taking shape with new directors being appointed to take over the running of the institution which has been grappling with appalling levels of corruption.

In a statement seen by ChimpReports on Wednesday morning, this http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/au.php the roads authority said the Board of Directors on October 19 made several appointments following “the internal advertisement and the head hunting of candidates for the positions of Director in the new UNRA structure.”

The board said the interviews for the appointments were concluded on Sunday and that its decisions were based on Section 21 of the UNRA Act 2006 and the provisions of the Recruitment Guidelines and the Human Resources Policies Manual 2015.

UNRA boss Allen Kagina recently said several departments would be created to fix the loopholes exploited to subvert procurement processes for selfish gain and ensure delivery of good quality roads.

She further said a special department for internal investigations would be set up to detect and avert possible acts of corruption.

UNRA said the recruitment process for the position of Director Road Infrastructure Protection is still ongoing.

Below are the new appointments:

  1. DIRECTOR ROAD MAINTENANCE – Eng. Joseph Otim
  2. DIRECTOR NETWORK PLANNING AND ENGINEERING – Eng. Isaac Wani
  3. DIRECTOR ROADS AND BRIDGES DEVELOPMENT – Eng. Samuel Muhoozi
  4. DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES – Mrs Edna Rugumayo
  5. DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES – Mrs Jennifer Kagwa
  6. DIRECTOR LEGAL AND BOARD AFFAIRS – Mrs Mary Kamuli Kutesa
  7. DIRECTOR INTERNAL AUDIT – Mr. Moses Kasakya
  8. DIRECTOR PROCUREMENT – Mr. Mathias Ofumbi

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