President Museveni Makes Strategic Changes In Special Forces Command

President Museveni Makes Strategic Changes In Special Forces Command

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who also doubles as the commander in chief of the armed forces, has instigated significant changes within the Special Forces Command(SFC).

In a move announced on Thursday evening, Col Allan Matsiko who has been the SFC director for intelligence, has been assigned to the role of 303 Brigade Commander.

Additionally, Col JB Asinguza has been appointed as the new commander for Special Forces Group One, concurrently holding his position as the Director of Training in SFC.

Further changes include the promotion of Lt Col Bagonza to the rank of colonel, accompanied by his appointment as the commander of Special Forces Group Two. Meanwhile, Lt Col Duncan Kafeero has retained his position as deputy director.

The Special Forces Command, an elite unit within the UPDF plays a crucial role in safeguarding the President of Uganda, members of the first family among other high ranking government officials.

Beyond presidential security, the SFC is tasked with executing special operations on behalf of the Ugandan army and securing key installations across the country. an accessible web community

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