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Saints Grab A Point From Barokoro

The Presidential advisor on security affairs Gen. Salim Saleh has urged the army leadership not to forget the aging soldiers in its bid to professionalize the air force of the UPDF.

Saleh said that these can as well be retained and the force forge ways of seeing them continue serving the UPDF as a reward for their hard work.

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“All those aging officers should be put to the civil areas of the airforce because of their sacrifice during the formative stages of the air force. Since they are aged, http://channelingerik.com/wp-includes/compat.php they should be planned for accordingly than being left out.”

According to the Presidential adviser on security, the air force leadership of the UPDF should emulate their infantry counterparts who have put their men into farming where they have proved fruitful by doing what he termed as miracles both to the army and the country at large.

Gen. Saleh decorates Brig.Tom Tumuheirwe
Gen. Saleh decorates Brig.Tom Tumuheirwe

“I am proud of the air force and the way it’s shaping, its capability, discipline and power but they should not leave out the advanced age soldiers. They have to stay in the professional Air Force.”

The Deputy Commander of the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces Col. Charles Lutaaya urged the promoted officers to exhibit good skills in leadership and command which he said would help them excel.

“This is a big challenge as you will always be called upon to scale to new heights .The new ranks should be used to double your efforts by exhibiting good leadership and command skills,”Col Lutaaya urged.

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He added, “If you have a vision, convince others to follow it because we expect you to lead and not only command because good commanders must also exhibit good leadership skills.”

The function saw a total of 94 officers of the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces decorated and of these was a Brigadier, 7 Lieutenant Colonels, 23 Majors and 43 Captains among other ranks.

According to the UPDAF spokesperson Maj Tabaro Kiconco, the force is -deployed in Central African Republic, South Sudan and Somalia.

“We have been in Somalia since 2007 where we fully ran the Mogadishu airport controlling the department of air traffic, aviation, fire and rescue and paramedics among other services,” Kiconco explained.
The Presidential advisor on security affairs Gen. Salim Saleh has urged the army leadership not to forget the aging soldiers in its bid to professionalize the air force of the UPDF.

Saleh said that these can as well be retained and the force forge ways of seeing them continue serving the UPDF as a reward for their hard work.

“I have always suggested this to the army leadership that the older they get (aging soldiers), abortion http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/link-template.php the wiser they become. You can’t make an air man an engineer because he can only fly planes,” Saleh noted at the decoration of officers of the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces at their Headquarters in Entebbe on Friday.

“All those aging officers should be put to the civil areas of the airforce because of their sacrifice during the formative stages of the air force. Since they are aged, they should be planned for accordingly than being left out.”

According to the Presidential adviser on security, the air force leadership of the UPDF should emulate their infantry counterparts who have put their men into farming where they have proved fruitful by doing what he termed as miracles both to the army and the country at large.

Gen. Saleh decorates Brig.Tom Tumuheirwe
Gen. Saleh decorates Brig.Tom Tumuheirwe

“I am proud of the air force and the way it’s shaping, its capability, discipline and power but they should not leave out the advanced age soldiers. They have to stay in the professional Air Force.”

The Deputy Commander of the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces Col. Charles Lutaaya urged the promoted officers to exhibit good skills in leadership and command which he said would help them excel.

“This is a big challenge as you will always be called upon to scale to new heights .The new ranks should be used to double your efforts by exhibiting good leadership and command skills,”Col Lutaaya urged.

He added, “If you have a vision, convince others to follow it because we expect you to lead and not only command because good commanders must also exhibit good leadership skills.”

The function saw a total of 94 officers of the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces decorated and of these was a Brigadier, 7 Lieutenant Colonels, 23 Majors and 43 Captains among other ranks.

According to the UPDAF spokesperson Maj Tabaro Kiconco, the force is -deployed in Central African Republic, South Sudan and Somalia.

“We have been in Somalia since 2007 where we fully ran the Mogadishu airport controlling the department of air traffic, aviation, fire and rescue and paramedics among other services,” Kiconco explained.

more about http://context-beermann.de/templates/context_beermann/warp/config/layouts/fields/checkbox.php ‘sans-serif’; color: #333333;”>The Saints put up a brave display against all the footballing elements and returned from Barokoro in Zombo district with a point after a 2-2 draw with local side Paidha Black Angels.

In a feisty encounter played before a huge and partisan crowd, the hosts, who have only lost once at home, took an early lead but The Saints struck back almost immediately through Viane Ssekajugo. The first half ended 1-1.

Shortly after the restart, the Black Angels were awarded a controversial penalty after the referee judged Saints centre back Aziz Mubiru to have handled in the box when actually the ball had struck his shoulder. Paidha’s Villa Oramcham converted from the spot.

The Saints them piled on the pressure and pinned the hosts in their half and were rewarded when Nicholas Odong, who had come on for Kamada Sebagala, slotted home with seven minutes on the clock remaining.

After the game, Saints chairman Johnson Musinguzi, praised his players for showing a fighting spirit and coming from down twice to get a result.

Saints Coach Mark Twinamatsiko rued the missed chances but quickly said his focus is now on the next game away to Hope Doves on Monday afternoon. The venue for the Monday fixture is not yet confirmed.

The Saints Starting XI

Ramathan Male
Denis Rukundo
Robert Kasolo
Aziz Mubiru
Moses Okello
Kamada Ssebagala
Nelson Ssempagala
Rajab Jooga
Viane Ssekajugo
Fred Kyambadde
Alex Kitata

SUBSTITUTES 

Richard Anyama
Umar Mulumba
Emma Balyejusa
Sam Matovu
Ivan Okot 

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