Gen Muhoozi calls for the preservation of security achievements for social economic transformation
The Chief of Defence Forces Gen.David Muhoozi has called for the joint commitment to preserve the achievements of the country’s security agencies.
The remarks were made in a speech read for him by Maj. Gen. Sam Kiwanuka at this year’s edition of the CDF Cup that took place at Masaka recreation grounds.
Gen Muhoozi said that Uganda People’s Defence Forces has relied on its discipline to build a professional army that respects civilians and has an eye for development at the same time.
He said discipline and physical fitness are crucial within the UPDF doctrine for one to have the expected results..
Muhoozi encouraged participants to look at sports as a business that can be explored by enhancing remarkable cooperation amongst units and formations.
The UPDF’s Chief of Education and Sports, Brig.Gen Francis Takirwa, commended the local community for embracing the function.
He thanked the UPDF leadership for supporting all preparations that culminated into the 12th edition of the CDF cup.
He told the gathering that the CDF football cup Tournament is a rotational in nature and mainly aimed at promoting civil military cooperation, physical fitness and respect among others.