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Museveni Attends Graduation Of 223 Army Officers At Kabamba Military College

Joining the UPDF is a rare opportunity and honor for one to serve their country. This evening president Museveni was at Kabamba Military College, where 223 young people have graduated into this opportunity, not only to be a part of but to become leaders within the institution.

It is a rarer opportunity today, because as the country’s resources expand, so does the capacity to grow a modern army.

In the coming months, the Kabamba Military College turned East African Military university will be operational, providing for both military leadership and academic qualifications to our forces. This is an honor, and responsibility that should never be taken lightly,’he said.

Finally, I would like to appeal to the parents of these young people, to reduce, if not eliminate the demands on these children. This is how many of them give in to various temptations, detrimental to career progression and prosperity,’said Museveni.

I congratulate the graduands on the successful completion of this training.

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