President Yoweri Museveni has transferred all his 24 military attachees and advisers.
In the reshuffle announced Tuesday evening, the former Uganda People’s Defense Air force Chief of Staff, Brig Moses Rwakitarate who had been dismissed in 2012 after three ill-fated MI-24 attack helicopters belonging UPDF crashed has been sent to Brussels.
The transfer letter also said Brigadier Steven Kashaka was to move from Pretoria to Dar es Salaam while Brigadier Hudson Mukasa based in Bujumbura, Burundi was to move to Nairobi in Kenya.
Maj Gen Nakibus Lakara has been moved from Mogadishu in Somalia to command Uganda Rapid Deployment Capability Centre (URDCC) in Jinja District in Eastern Uganda while Brigadier Michael Bossa has been transferred from CMI headquarters to Chieftaincy of Communications and Information Technology (CCIT).
Brigadier Taban Kyabihende has retained his Kinshasa post while Brigadier Burundi Nyamunywanis has been transferred from Washington to Kigali, Rwanda replacing Colonel Octavious Buturo who has been transferred to Khartoum.
Brigadier Sam Kiwanuka has been moved from Mogadishu to Addis Ababa replacing Brigadier Fred Tolit who has been moved to Bujumbura.
Brigadier Apollo Kasita Gowa has been moved from Chieftaincy Integrated Resource Management Information Systems (CIRMIS) to Washington.
Brigadier Paul Lokech has remained in Moscow while Brigadier Mathew Gureme has been moved from URDCC in Jinja to London replacing Colonel Winston Byaruhanga who has been posted to Juba to replace Colonel Benard Obola who has been taken to C/M GHQ Court Martial.
Brigadier Victor Twesigye has been moved from CCIT to New Delhi replacing Brigadier George Etyang who has been posted to Pretoria while Colonel Emmanuel Rwashande has remained in Beijing.
Colonel John Kasaija has been moved from Dar es Salaam to Ministry of Defense Contracts committee.
Meanwhile, Colonel James Ruhesi has remained at the EAC secretariat, Colonel Dominic Twesigomwe moved from Nairobi to CIRMIS.
Colonel Michael Kabango has been moved from CLF to Mogadishu.