Gen. David Sejusa said there is no point for him to appear on the list of retiring army generals, adding that he no longer need UPDF retirement.
Despite having applied to the UPDF showing his desire to exit the army, Gen David Sejusa is not among those on the list to be cleared to retire. His names were reportedly detached.
This isn’t the 1st time Sejusa’s name is missing on the list of retirees, even in 2018, the UPDF retired eleven Generals, making the number of retired Generals in the last 1 year to thirty, according to New Vision.
On Monday evening, Uganda’s president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni hosted a dinner for 19 army Generals who were cleared to exit the army. During the function, the president handed over certificates to the 19 Generals and appreciated the good work they have done for the UPDF.
According to Brig. Karemire Richard, the UPDF spokesperson, UPDF is now responsible to retire army officers of all ranks.
During the interview, Gen. Sejusa said he’s already retired officer, following the decision of the High Court in 2016 that he wasn’t serving the UPDF anymore since he had spent several years without getting benefits from the army.
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