By Nasser Kasozi Akandwanaho
The President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni early this week made fresh appointments for Ugandan ambassadors and heads of missions.
In the appointments, Museveni re-appointed Dr. Yahaya Rashid Ssemudu who was posted to Khartoum [Sudan] he replaces James William Kinoobe who was dropped.
Museveni also replaced Richard Kabonero who was in Dar-es-Salaam with a former member of Parliament for Nyabushozi County Col Fred Mwesigye.
Also replaced in the new appointments is Uganda’s Ambassador to the USA based in Washington DC, Mull Sebujja Katende.
The new ambassador for Uganda to the USA is now Robbie Kakonge.
Also replaced is Dr. Crispus Walter Kiyonga in China. The new ambassador for China will now be Judith Nsababera.
Former DP stalwart Ismael Beswale Kezaala has also been posted as Deputy Ambassador to the state of Qatar.
Below is the list
By virtue of the powers vested in the President of the Republic of Uganda, by Article 122(1), I hereby appoint the following as Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Deputy Ambassadors to the respective brotherly and friendly countries as listed here below:
1. Burundi – Maj. Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza;
2. Rome – Amb. Elizabeth Napeeyok
3. Washington DC – Ms. Robbie Kakonge;
4. Copenhagen – Ms. Margaret Bakyira;
5. Dar-es-Salaam – Col. (Rtd) Fred Mwesigye;
6. Khartoum – Dr. Yahaya Rashid Ssemudu;
7. Paris – Ms. Amule Doreen;
8. Kigali – Maj. Gen. (Rtd) Robert Rusoke;
9. New York – Amb. Adonia Ayebare
10. Algiers – Amb. Alintuma Nsambu;
11. New Delhi – Amb. Joyce K. Kikafuunda;
12. Canberra – Amb. Dorothy Hyuha;
13. London – Amb. Nimisha Madhvani;
14. Berlin – Amb. Mubiru Stephen;
15. Ankara – Ms. Nusura Tiperu;
16. Kuala-Lumper – Ms. Betty Bigombe;
17. Brussels – Amb. Miriam Blaak;
18. Moscow – Mr. Moses Kizige;
19. Abu Dhabi – Amb. Zaake Kibedi;
20. Mogadishu – Prof. Sam Turyamuhika;
21. Abuja – Amb. Nelson Ocheger;
22. Addis Ababa – Amb. Rebecca Otengo;
23. Ottawa – Amb. Ruth Aceng;
24. Cairo – Amb. Sam Male Sebulime;
25. Kinshasa – Hajji. Farid Kaliisa;
26. Juba – Amb. Brig. Ronnie Balya;
27. Doha – Amb. Stephen Chebrot;
28. Tehran – Kisambira Tezikuba Mohammed;
29. Riyadh – Amb. Isaac Sebulime;
30. Nairobi – Amb. Dr. Hassan Galiwango;
31. Beijing – Amb. Oliver Wonekha
32. Geneva – Amb. Mercel R. Tibaleka
33. Tokyo – Ms. Tophas Byagira Kaahwa;
34. Pretoria – Mr. Amoru Paul;
35. Luanda – Col. (Rtd) Julius Kihaanda;
36. Guanzhou – Ms. Nsababeera Judith;
37. Havana – Ms. Musaazi Nabbaka Elizabeth.
1. Cairo – Lt. Gen. Charles Angina;
2. Abuja – Mr. Nnam Alfred;
3. Mogadishu – Maj. Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Nathan;
4. New Delhi – Ms. Margaret Kyogyire.
SIGNED this …….day of ………………., in the Year of our Lord Two thousand Twenty One (2021).
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Gen (Rtd)
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA