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President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has assigned his son-in-law, Odrek Rwabwogo to the role of presidential advisor for unique projects. Rwabogo is married to Patience Museveni, President Museveni’s daughter.

He graduated from both Makerere University and the University of Wales, where he specialized in Media and Journalism. Patience leads the Covenant Nations Church in Kampala was born in 1978.

Consequently, Museveni had also in recent times assigned his wife Janet the Minister of Education and Sports, in addition to Rwabogo, and also recently appointed his son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba to the rank of commander in the Uganda army, and the president’s brother Salim Saleh has previously held powerful positions in the army and as the Minister of Microfinance.

Museveni is Africa’s longest-serving president, having presided over the East African country since his election in 1986. He has won six consecutive elections while also benefiting from constitutional amendments on two separate occasions to extend his reign.

This week, Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto publicly advocated for an East African federation, with Museveni as its president.