Kenneth Omona officially hands-over office to new PPS Gloria Asio Omaswa

Kenneth Omona officially hands-over office to new PPS Gloria Asio Omaswa

Dr. Kenneth Omona Olusegun has today officially handed over office to the new Principal Private Secretary (PPS) to H.E the President, Ms. Gloria Asio Omaswa.
Dr. Omona was appointed Minister of State for Northern Uganda by President Museveni in a cabinet reshuffle he made last week where he also appointed Ms. Omaswa as the new PPS.
The handover ceremony took place at the Office of the President, Kampala.
The Secretary- Office of the President, Hajj Yunus Kakande who represented the Minister for Presidency, Hon. Babirye Milly Babalanda as the Chief Guest thanked Dr. Omona for the job well done.
Hajj. Kakande added that Dr. Omona was lucky because he has been able to get another appointment from President Museveni, describing it as a vote of confidence by the President to the former PPS.
“I would like to congratulate Dr. Omona for the elevation he has got to become a minister and having worked closely with the President, that means he has faith and trust in you, otherwise there are many who have left that office and have not been deployed anywhere,” he said on behalf of Hon. Babalanda.
He also advised the new PPS to have empathy for Ugandans and emphasise teamwork, saying that once she does that, her work will be executed very easily.

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