The former coordinator of Military Intelligence General David Sejusa formerly known as Tinyefunza has supported the move by the president of Uganda to intensify the level of weapon development.
Sejusa made the remarks few weeks after Ministry of of Gender, Labour and Social Development Permanent Secretary Pius Bigirimana stated in Hague Nather land that Uganda is looking for partners to develop Chemical Weapons Convention to support the establishment of a chemical academy in the country.
Bigirimana further added that the government will in future build academy with the aim of improving capacity of local and regional countries in handling chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear-related affairs.
Bigirimana further added that the establishment of the academy will also improve the establishment of the academy would elevate the Africa technical support programme through which African countries such as Uganda would benefit from knowledge exchange, provision of equipment and related technologies.
“My delegation, therefore, requests for support from State Parties to realise the idea of the academy and centre of excellence established in Uganda,” Mr Bigirimana said.
Commenting on Bigirimana statement, The former spy chief and army representative in parliament says that despite the usual confusion our country is going through, but this move would be a vital achievement for Africa.
“Chemical/Biological/Radiological/Nuclear threats REAL in the World. Africa unlikely to be aggressor but likely to be aggressed (as usual) So acquiring related knowledge/technology important.” He noted in a tweet.