238 police officers fail exams for foreign mission jobs

By Robert Ssegawa
A total of 238 police officers have failed the preliminary exams for jobs on foreign mission in Somalia.
On Tuesday, 587 Uganda Police officers sat for the African Union Pre -Assessment for Assistance Mission Service exams in Kampala but according to the list released on Wednesday, 349 passed the exam. Vincent Sekate the police public relations officer in charge of Peace and support directorate says successful officers  have undergone a driving test at the Luzira Prisons grounds today Thursday.
They will later sit for interviews in May conducted by a team from African Union head offices in Addis Ababa. This interview  will sieve candidates before they are deployed for African Union missions around the continent.