Gen Tumwine to Streamline Intelligence Sharing, Unite Security Agencies
Gen Tumwine to End Bickering among Security Agencies
Gen Tumwine spoke to reporters after being vetted for the appointment at Parliament.
Tumwine, newly appointed police chief Okoth Ochola and his deputy Brig Sabiiti Muzeei, appeared before parliament’s appointments committee for vetting on Wednesday.
Three-decade president Yoweri Museveni appointed the trio at the weekend, sacking Gen Kale Kayihura and Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde.
GEN ELLY TUMWINE ON STREAMLINING INTELLIGENCE SHARING, UNITING SECURITY AGENCIES
“Streamlining information sharing is very easy,” said Gen Tumwine.
“It’s not the first time we are doing it. We have a good team to work together with, and we shall unite them and work together.”
Tumwine rallied Ugandans to unite to make the country secure.
“It is all of us using the good will that I seek to work together, to better our country instead of doing it in a divided way,” said the general.
“Divided we have insecurity, United we have security.”
He further promised good team work “good coordination” and “enough communication at all levels”.