The Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs (MODVA) / UPDF Adolf Mwesige on Thursday opened a one day security review workshop at the Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs HQs Mbuya.
The workshop was aimed at reviewing its annual security performance for Financial Year 2018/19 as well as highlight the key security priorities for Financial Year 2019/20.
While officiating at the opening ceremony, Mwesige commended the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs Mrs Rosette Byengoma for organizing this workshop geared at increasing effective service delivery and appreciated the presence of various participants from the office of the President, office of the Prime Minister, National Planning Authority, ISO, ESO and MODVA for participating and reaffirming the purpose of the workshop.
The purpose of the workshop is to appraise the participants, draw up lessons learnt, identify the gaps and also look for solutions for better planning and management.
Several departments made presentations on their annual performance review Financial Year 2018/2019 including Internal Security Organization (ISO), External Security Organization (ESO) as well as MODVA.
The security review workshop was attended by the minister of State for Defence and Veteran Affairs – General Duties Hon Col (rtd) Charles Okello Engola, State Minister of Defence incharge Veterans, Hon Dr Bright Rwamirama, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs, Mrs Rosette Byengoma, the Chief of Defence Forces, Gen David Muhoozi among others.
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