Immediate former Internal Security Organisation Director General, Col. Frank Kaka Bagyenda has been appointed Uganda’s Ambassador to Angola.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Col. Bagyenda was posted Luanda as the pioneer diplomat after Kampala decided to open an embassy in the country previously occupied by Portugal.
Col. Bagyenda was relieved of duties two weeks and replaced by Lt.Col. Charles Oluka the former head of Technical at the spy agency.
However, sources close to Col. Bagyenda told Entebbe Post that former spy master wasn’t interested in heading to Angola as a diplomat.
It is reported that after being replaced, Kaka, President Yoweri Museveni telephoned him and informed him about the appointment but Col Kaka instead informed the head of state that he preferred remaining in Uganda to revert back to his business in the Ssese Islands.
Kaka owns land and a resort, Panaroma cottages in the Ssese Islands.
Col. Bagyenda isn’t the first former DG-ISO to be appointed a diplomat as his predecessor Brig. Ronnie Balya was appointed Uganda’s Ambassador to South Sudan after he was dropped from same position.
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