President Museveni has appointed 37 new ambassadors, including former defence minister, Dr Chrispus Kiyonga who has been sent to China. Dr Kiyonga replaces Charles Wagidoso.

According to a statement issued by senior presidential press secretary Mr Don Wanyama, the list of names of newly appointed ambassadors/heads of mission will be sent to parliament for consideration and approval.

“Pursuant to Article 122 (1) of the Constitution, the President has appointed the following Ambassadors and Heads of Diplomatic missions,” reads part of the statement.

 

  1. Brig. Ronnie Balya – JUBA
  2. Kibedi Zake Wanume – COPENHAGEN
  3. James Kinobe – KHARTOUM
  4. Prof Sam Turyamuhika – MOGADISHU
  5. Mubiru Stephen – ANKARA
  6. James Mbahimba – KINSHASA
  7. Onyanga Aparr Christopher – GENEVA
  8. Nelson Ocheger – ABUJA
  9. Dr Kiyonga Chrispus – BEIJING
  10. Hyuha Samali Dorothy – KUALA LUMPUR
  11. Wonekha Oliver – KIGALI
  12. Sam Maale- CAIRO
  13. Olwa Johnson Agara – MOSCOW
  14. Nimisha Jayant Madhvani – ABU DHABI
  15. Nduhura Richard – PARIS
  16. Nsambu Alintuma – ALGIERS
  17. Betty Akech Okullu – TOKYO
  18. Katende Mull Sebujja – WASHINGTON
  19. Maj Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza – BUJUMBURA
  20. Moto Julius Peter – LONDON
  21. Blaak Mirjam – BRUSSELS
  22. Solomon Rutega – GUANGZHOU
  23. Grace Akello – NEW DELHI
  24. Phoebe Otaala – NAIROBI
  25. Tibaleka Marcel – BERLIN
  26. Napeyok Elizabeth Paula – ROME
  27. Dr Kisuule Ahmed – RIYADH
  28. Rebecca Otengo – ADDIS ABABA
  29. Ruth Aceng – OTTAWA
  30. Prof. Joyce Kikafunda – CANBERRA
  31. Nekesa Barbara Oundo – SOUTH AFRICA
  32. Dr. Ssemuddu Yahaya – TEHRAN
  33. Ayebare Adonia – NEW YORK
  34. Richard Kabonero – DAR ES SALAAM
  35. His Highness Gabula William AMBASSODOR-SPECIAL DUTIES – OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT.

DEPUTY AMBASSODORS:

  1. Ocula Michael
  2. Mohammed Kezaala

 

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