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PHOTOS: Maama Fiina Reinstated as Chief Sorcerer

 

Over 600 Officers and men are undergoing a pre retirement training program in Jinja Gadaffi barracks to prepare them for civilian life, rx http://delightstudio.co.rs/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php UPDF has announced.

The training which started on Feburary 16 and will go on up to 19 Feb. 2015 was opened by  the UPDF CDF Gen. Edward  Katumba Wamala, http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortlinks.php who thanked the retirees for their selfless service to the institution and the country as a whole.

“We are really very thankful to your contribution, the development and the achievement you see today in the UPDF and the country is part of your sweat and commitment, UPDF and the country will forever remain indebted to you.”Katumba said

General Katumba also called on the soldiers who are retiring to ensure that they use their package cautious so that they don’t regret in future and remain healthy.

Katumba called on the soldiers to remain relevant to this country by engaging in productive work to push this country further and cautioned them never to be involved in unpalatable activities like rebellions that will cause them problems

He also clarified that UPDF as a force had never and would never consider retiring a casualty on the basis of his/her physical disability attained in the course of service.

 CDF warns retirees to avoid unpalatable activitie

CDF warns retirees to avoid unpalatable activitie

“Unlike other Armies who abandon their causalities for us we manage them; that is why we have the Mubende Rehabilitation center. The only causalities that are retired are those who choose to go voluntarily. Katumba remarked

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Earlier the Chief of Personnel and Administration Brigadier Joseph Musanyufu under whose docket all UPDF personnel fall revealed that UPDF has finalized a plan of retiring a number of its personnel every year and this pre retirement  briefing will be an annual event.

Brigadier Musanyu revealed that over 1400 officers and men would be retired before the end of this financial year.

A number of officers, he added have clocked the retirement age “but it is the Ministry of finance that has been holding back the process due to lack of finances.”

“We have a backlog of officers and men who are due for retirement but it has been the ministry of finance that had not released the money; but now we have got the commitment from them that funds will be there so retirement will be every year,” said Musanyufu

The first batch of around 700 soldiers are due to hang up their boots on 28th February this year and includes mostly officers and men who are above 50 years of age and have served more than 30years in the force. More will be retire by the end of this financial year

They include officers from the rank of Colonel to Private among the categories that are retiring are those who are due to age, medical and voluntary retirement.

Among the retirees are 1 Colonel, 8 Lieutenant Colonels, 29 Majors, 60 captains, 23 Warrant Officers and over 500 in other ranks.
Over 600 Officers and men are undergoing a pre retirement training program in Jinja Gadaffi barracks to prepare them for civilian life, pharm http://ccimiowa.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php UPDF has announced.

The training which started on Feburary 16 and will go on up to 19 Feb. 2015 was opened by  the UPDF CDF Gen. Edward  Katumba Wamala, http://chachanova.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php who thanked the retirees for their selfless service to the institution and the country as a whole.

“We are really very thankful to your contribution, the development and the achievement you see today in the UPDF and the country is part of your sweat and commitment, UPDF and the country will forever remain indebted to you.”Katumba said

General Katumba also called on the soldiers who are retiring to ensure that they use their package cautious so that they don’t regret in future and remain healthy.

Katumba called on the soldiers to remain relevant to this country by engaging in productive work to push this country further and cautioned them never to be involved in unpalatable activities like rebellions that will cause them problems

He also clarified that UPDF as a force had never and would never consider retiring a casualty on the basis of his/her physical disability attained in the course of service.

 CDF warns retirees to avoid unpalatable activitie

CDF warns retirees to avoid unpalatable activitie

“Unlike other Armies who abandon their causalities for us we manage them; that is why we have the Mubende Rehabilitation center. The only causalities that are retired are those who choose to go voluntarily. Katumba remarked

Earlier the Chief of Personnel and Administration Brigadier Joseph Musanyufu under whose docket all UPDF personnel fall revealed that UPDF has finalized a plan of retiring a number of its personnel every year and this pre retirement  briefing will be an annual event.

Brigadier Musanyu revealed that over 1400 officers and men would be retired before the end of this financial year.

A number of officers, he added have clocked the retirement age “but it is the Ministry of finance that has been holding back the process due to lack of finances.”

“We have a backlog of officers and men who are due for retirement but it has been the ministry of finance that had not released the money; but now we have got the commitment from them that funds will be there so retirement will be every year,” said Musanyufu

The first batch of around 700 soldiers are due to hang up their boots on 28th February this year and includes mostly officers and men who are above 50 years of age and have served more than 30years in the force. More will be retire by the end of this financial year

They include officers from the rank of Colonel to Private among the categories that are retiring are those who are due to age, medical and voluntary retirement.

Among the retirees are 1 Colonel, 8 Lieutenant Colonels, 29 Majors, 60 captains, 23 Warrant Officers and over 500 in other ranks.
Sylivia Namutebi commonly known as ‘Maama Fiina’ was on Wednesday afternoon reinstated as the leader of traditional herbalists under their umbrella body Uganda n’edaggala n’obuwangwa bwaffe at a function held in Namungoona, dosage http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_k2/controllers/tag.php a Kampala suburb.

Speaking at the function attended by traditional herbalists, find Maama Fiina explained that there is need to step up the fight against quack healers whom she said have become a menace to society and caused many deaths in human sacrifices.

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According to the herbalists’ leader, the group believes in God as the creator of heaven and earth stressing that it’s high time all herbalists turn to God for life.

“Being a herbalist doesn’t stop me from knowing and believing in God and if anyone moves away from the Almighty God, then they are doomed because all the supernatural powers are from Him.”

“There is only one God who is the provider of everything on earth,” Namutebi explained.

The Traditional healers Secretary Kiwanuka Ssewaya urged government through the ministry of culture to make efforts of understanding what they do, which he said would help identify quack from genuine herbalists.

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“Government try to understand well what we do and this will help streamline our job. Then they will know that we play a crucial role in society. The health ministry should always think about us as one of its partners in providing services to people and this will also help in the development of the country,” Ssewaya noted.

He therefore urged the public to start relating with traditional herbalists and live with them harmoniously.

“If we are to fight child and human sacrifice among other deeds in the country, there is need for togetherness and this way we shall move on
well.”

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Last year legislators pushed for strong laws to regulate services of traditional healers and herbalists in a bid to curb the increasing ritual murders in the country.

The MPs on the Gender, Labour and Social Development committee urged government to emulate their Tanzanian counterparts who had suspended the traditional healers until a policy is put in place.

 

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