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Day Dreaming Ugandan Explains How Uganda Would Beat Kenya In A War

uganda kampala  uganda people  uganda capital city  uganda facts  uganda news  uganda history  uganda city  uganda map A Ugandan internet user took his chances to visualize the aftermath of a war between Kenya and Uganda. In his scenario, he believes Kenya does not have a chance. We are all for peace but do you think he has a point? Or it was his dreams taking over.

A Ugandan internet user took his chances to visualize the aftermath of a war between Kenya and Uganda. In his scenario, he believes Kenya does not have a chance. We are all for peace but do you think he has a point? Or it was his dreams taking over.


War Will Be On Kenyan Soil

First, he believes that if the two states went to war with each other, it would happen on Kenyan soil.
No matter who attacked first, the war would be fought on Kenyan soil.
Kenya would be on the defensive most of the time.
Kenya would ultimately lose the war.

Comparison of the Countries

After his first outrageous point, he goes on to compare the two countries on a number of metrics.
Population:
 Kenya: 49,000,000 – Uganda: 41,000,000
GDP (Nominal):
 Kenya: $75 Billion – Uganda: $25 Billion
Active Military Personnel:
 Uganda: 46,000 – Kenya: 24,000
Paramilitary:
 Uganda: 1,100,000 – Kenya (Unknown, probably none)
Military Reserve:
 Uganda: 11,000 – Kenya: 5,000
Military Budget:
 Kenya: $595M – Uganda: $280M
He goes on to list Uganda's perceived advantage in the Air Force, Jet Fighters, Helicopters, Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, towed artillery, and rocket projections.

Landlocked Uganda

He then admits that because most of Uganda's imports come through Kenya, the war might take a different angle, which favors Kenya.

Military Comparison

The UPDF is bigger, more equipped and more experienced than the KDF.
In summary, the Ugandan Air Force can enter and play in the Kenyan air space with little resistance from the Kenyan Air Force.
He then mentions the presence of reserve personnel of the Ugandan army.
Uganda has 11,000 reserve personnel. Kenya has 5,000. Uganda has another force of 1.1 Million militias recently trained. They are known locally as Crime Preventers. This is a very big advantage on their side. With little adjustments these can go to battle fronts or help protect and establish an occupation protection force in Kenyan cities that are conquered by the UPDF since their main area of training is primarily crowd control. 
Considering the Kenya Navy is based on the Indian Ocean, and Uganda is landlocked, he sees no real value unless Ugandan forces have advanced to Mombasa.

The History

Kenya has never had a successful coup while Uganda has had nine presidents, all who came in by military coups, military council resolutions or rebel overthrows and three serious civil wars. This suggests that these military events have kept the army ready and experienced.
The Conclusion
While he admits the two countries have no reason to fight one another, he insists that Uganda has the upper hand.

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