With the new African Union structure in Somalia to integrate Kenya, Djibouti and Sierra Leon, Ugandan soldiers have lost juicy jobs to the Kenyans at the mission headquarter.
Sources say Kenya has been able to dominate the mission because of influence by its highly placed diplomats at the AU secretariat in Addis Ababa.
Djibouti are doing civil-military relations, Burundians are in charge of communication and planning while Sierra Leone will be in charge of training. Uganda will remain with only two dockets of military operations and engineering.
The army spokesperson, Col. Felix Kulayigye, confirmed that most of the force headquarter jobs have been taken by Kenyans. “Fighting remains a preserve of Ugandans and Burundians as Kenyans takeover top jobs at the headquarters,” he said.
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