Museveni’s Final Cabinet Reshuffle Secrets Leak

President Yoweri Museveni’s final cabinet reshuffle secrets have leaked.

After several months of speculation, President Museveni is this week expected to reshuffle his cabinet, according to the Kampala Post.

According to a source, the cabinet reshuffle had been delayed because Museveni was still busy in his three month countrywide tours on operation wealth creation where he has been sensitizing locals on how to fight household poverty.

Now that the countrywide tours have been concluded, Museveni is this week expected to reshuffle his cabinet.

President Museveni on Sunday concluded his three-month countrywide mobilization and sensitization of people of Uganda on wealth and job creation with a public rally in Bundibugyo District, Rwenzori Sub-Region in Western Uganda.

In October 2018, we published a list of ministers who could be reshuffled in this new cabinet announcement. Among the ministers include; Betty Amongi, the minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, William Byaruhanga, Attorney General of Uganda, Aidah Nantaba, state minister for ICT, Agnes Akiror Egunyu, the minister of State for Teso Affairs, Denis Ssozi Galabuzi, the minister of State for Luweero Triangle,  Abdu Nadduli, the minister without Portfolio, Beti Kamya, the minister for KCCA, Persis Namuganza, state minister for Lands, Philemon Mateke, Minister of State for Regional Affairs.
The other ministers who according to a source will also be dropped from their current positions include; Peace Mutuuzo (state minister for Gender), Gen Edward Wamala (State minister for Works). Gen Wamala is set to be elevated to a full cabinet position. Others include; Atwoki Kasirivu(minister for Economic Monitoring),

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