It is alleged that Kasozi approached the office of the Kagadi Resident District Commissioner-RDC on Monday, to deliver his application in order to be considered in the ongoing recruitment of Local Defence Unit-LDU Personnel.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly presenting fake academic
documents at the ongoing recruitment exercise of Local Defence Unit (LDU) personnel in
Kagadi district. The
suspect has been identified as James Kasozi, a resident of Muruha cell in Kagadi district.
is alleged that Kasozi approached the office of the Kagadi
Resident District Commissioner-RDC on Monday, to deliver his application in order to be considered
in the ongoing recruitment of Local Defence Unit-LDU Personnel.
However, it was discovered that Kasozi had forged the O'level certificate he presented to the panel. He was immediately arrested and taken to Kagadi Central Police Station, from where he revealed that he dropped out of school after completing Primary Seven.
Ruteraho, the RDC Kagadi says the suspect will be charged with forgery once police investigations are done.
in; ”Hati tokishireba Bwenu…
out…ni byanyu mutahe.”//
Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) last week announced the recruitment of
another batch of 10,000 Local Defence Unit (LDU) personnel countrywide. The
recruitment exercise will last about four weeks starting August 23, 2021. The
applicants must be Ugandan citizens aged 18 to 29, medically, physically fit
and must hold UCE or artisan certificate with good conduct and no criminal
are more than 25,000 LDU recruits countrywide, most of whom were recruited in
2018 following an increased wave of crime in various parts of the country
including the killing of some high-profile personalities.