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M7 Promotes Muhoozi, Koreta

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President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who also doubles as the Commander In Chief of Armed forces has today promoted a total of 65 UPDF officers from rank of Col to General which is considered as the highest rank in the Military, we have exclusively and reliably been informed.

Among people who were promoted are Muhoozi Kainerugaba who also doubles as President Museveni first son. Muhoozi who is currently the Presidential Advisor on Special Operations has been promoted from the Rank of Maj.General to Lt General. Muhoozi is now left with only one Rank to complete all Military ranks.

Others who also benefited include Lt Ivan Koreta who represents UPDF in Parliament. Koreta is among the 27 guns that went with President Museveni in the bush in 1981. He has been elevated from the Rank of Lt General to Full General, Lt Gen Joram Muguma promoted to General, Maj Gen John Mugume to Lt General, Maj Gen Peter Elwelu to Lt General. Elwelu is the Commander for Land forces, Maj Gen James Mugura to Lt General. Brig.Leoplod Kyanda to Maj General.

Gen Salim Saleh LEFT and promoted Lt-Gen-Ivan-Koreta CENTER and Col Bosco Omure. SPYREPORTS


Promoted Lt. General Peter Ewelu during UPDF mission in rwenzori. SPYREPORTS


How Muhoozi Kainerugaba rose from Rank to RANK

Upon his return to Uganda from Sandhurst in 2000, Kainerugaba was assigned to the Presidential Protection Unit as a second

Lieutenant. In 2001, he was promoted to the rank of major in the UPDF, As a major, he became a brigade commander in the

Presidential Guard Brigade. Following his graduation from Fort Leavenworth in 2008, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant

Colonel and appointed Commander of the Special Forces Group in the Uganda People’s Defence Force. On 16 May 2016 he was

Promoted to the rank of major general by President Museveni.

Museveni moved Muhoozi to the post of Senior Presidential Adviser for Special Operations on 10 January 2017.  On 8TH February 2019, President Museveni again Promoted Muhoozi Kainerugaba to the Rank of Lt General. The move was

Generally viewed in light of the widespread belief that Museveni was preparing his son to eventually succeed him as president.



Kainerugaba was born on 24 April 1974 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania to Yoweri

Museveni, who has been President of Uganda since 1986, and Janet Museveni, the

Minister of Education and Sports since 6 June 2016. Muhoozi Kainerugaba is

their first-born.

As a child, Kainerugaba attended schools in Tanzania, Mount Kenya Academy in

Nyeri Kenya and Sweden. After his father became President of Uganda, he attended

Kampala Parents School, King’s College Budo for a while and St. Mary’s College

Kisubi, a residential middle and high school, located approximately halfway

Between Kampala and Entebbe. He graduated in 1994.

He was later admitted to Egyptian Military Academy where he took both the

Company and battalion commanders courses. He also has attended the Kalama

Armored Warfare Training School, in Kabamba, Mubende District, Central

Uganda.[8] In 2007 he was admitted to a one-year course at the United States Army

Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, graduating in

June 2008.[9] Following that, he successfully completed the Executive National

Security Programme at the South African National Defence College


Below is the Full List of promoted Army Officers. SPYREPORTS

  1. LT Gen Ivan Koreta – Gen
  2. Lt Gen Joram Mugume – Gen
  3. Maj Gen Pecos Kuteesa – Lt Gen
  4. Maj Gen John Mugume – Lt Gen
  5. Maj Gen Prossy Nalweyiso – Lt Gen
  6. Maj Gen Charles Awany Otema – Lt Gen
  7. Maj Gen James Nakibus Lakara – Lt Gen
  8. Maj Gen Peter Elwelu – Lt Gen
  9. Maj Gen James Mugira – Lt Gen
  10. Maj Gen Joseph B Musanyufu – Lt Gen
  11. Maj Gen Charles Lutaaya – Lt Gen
  12. Maj Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba – Lt Gen
  13. Brig Joram Kakari Tumwine – Maj Gen
  14. Brig Elly Kayanja – Maj Gen
  15. Brig Eric Mukasa – Maj Gen
  16. Brig Burundi K Nyamunywanisa – Maj Gen
  17. Brig Sam Kiwanuka – Maj Gen
  18. Brig Dr Ambrose K Musinguzi – Maj Gen
  19. Brig Samuel Kawagga – Maj Gen
  20. Brig Joseph Arocha – Maj Gen
  21. Brig John Lorot – Maj Gen
  22. Brig Apollo Kasiita Gowa – Maj Gen
  23. Brig Leopold Eric Kyanda – Maj Gen
  24. Brig Birungi James Mugabe – Maj Gen
  25. Brig Don William Nabasa – Maj Gen
  26. Brig Stephen Muzeyi Sabiiti – Maj Gen
  27. Brig Samuel Wasswa – Maj Gen
  28. Brig Jim Willis Byarugaba – Maj Gen
  29. Brig Timothy Sabiiti – Maj Gen
  30. Col Moses S Lukyamuzi – Brig Gen
  31. Col John M Kaganda – Brig Gen
  32. Col Charles R Tusiime – Brig Gen
  33. Col Fenekansi Mugyenyi – Brig Gen
  34. Col Adolf Serwada – Brig Gen
  35. Col John C Anywar – Brig Gen
  36. Col Jackson Bell – Brig Gen
  37. Col Dr Kenneth Ocen Obwot – Brig Gen
  38. Col Sam Omara – Brig Gen
  39. Col Emmy Mulindwa – Brig Gen
  40. Col Stephen Mugerwa – Brig Gen
  41. Col Johnson Muma – Brig Gen
  42. Col Frank Kyambadde – Brig Gen
  43. Col Moses Kwikiriza – Brig Gen
  44. Col Ceaser Innocent Bahwezi – Brig Gen
  45. Col William Beinomugisha – Brig Gen
  46. Col James Kaija – Brig Gen
  47. Col Godwin Karugaba – Brig Gen
  48. Col Fred M Karara – Brig Gen
  49. Col Fred Rugadya Akiiki – Brig Gen
  50. Col Bonny Bamwiseki – Brig Gen
  51. Col Ronald S Bigirwa – Brig Gen
  52. Col Joseph Balikudembe – Brig Gen
  53. Col Felix Kulaigye – Brig Gen
  54. Col Wilson Muhabuzi – Brig Gen
  55. Col Dr James Kiyengo – Brig Gen
  56. Col Dr Stephen Kusasira – Brig Gen
  57. Col Bob Paciesky Ogiki – Brig Gen
  58. Col Peter Gaitan Omola – Brig Gen
  59. Col Julius Biryabarema – Brig Gen
  60. Col Flavia Byekwaso – Brig Gen
  61. Col Dr Shilling E Tibayungwa – Brig Gen
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