Sejusa applies to retire from UPDF
Kampala. Former coordinator of Intelligence Agencies David Sejusa has applied to retire from the army. Gen Sejusa told this paper at the weekend that he had instructed his lawyers to write to the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) Commissions and Promotions Board, which considers promotions and retirement of officers and men.
The general, who returned to the country two weeks ago from a 20-month exile in London, says he wants to join active politics.
The Retirement process
1.An officer or militant writes to UPDF commissions Board, stating reasons for retirement or resignation. The reason can be age, health condition or interest to join partisan politics.
2.The board chaired by Chief of Defence Forces writes back to the officer or militant within 90 days to communicate approval or refusal to the application.
3.Even after retirement, the officer or militant remains a member of the Reserve Force.