General Wamala Appeals to Ugandans on Peace

1919 Views Kampala, Uganda

In short
According to General Katumba, no one has a right to destabilize the country since Uganda is larger than its citizens.

General Katumba Wamala, the Chief of Defense Forces has appealed to Ugandans to maintain peace before during and after next month's general elections.

According to General Katumba, no one has a right to destabilize the country since Uganda is larger than its citizens.

He says no right thinking Uganda should wish to take the country to the dark days.

//Cue In: "When I…
Cue Out…in other countries//

Luganda Audio

//Cue in: "Omulanga gwe….
Cue Out…Kukanya"//

General Katumba issued the warning while launching Tarehe Sita Week Celebrations at Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA gardens.  He said during the week, the army will engage in several activities.

//Cue In: The UPDF…
Cue Out…our people,"//

Peter Kaujju, the KCCA Spokesperson, says the involvement of UPDF in civil military activities will strengthen the confidence of the public in the force.

//Cue In: "We are….
Cue Out:..people of Kampala,"//


According to Wamala, this year's main event will be held at Kololo Independence Grounds. Tarehe Sita is commemorated in February 6th annually to mark the first attack by National Resistance Army fighters on Kabamba army barracks in Mubende district in 1981.