Kaweesi has been appointed the new Police Public Relations officer

By Robert Ssegawa

Andrew Felix Kaweesi has been appointed the new Police Public Relations officer replacing Fred Enanga.

In the new changes made by the IGP Kale Kaihura, Enanga will deputize Kaweesi while former deputy Polly Namaye has been dropped.

Kaweesi also doubles at the director Human resource development in the police force. He once served as Kampala Metropolitan Police commander.

 

Police finds contract killer

By Robert Ssegawa.

Police in Kampala have killed a suspected thug alleged to be behind the killing and aggravated robberies in areas like Luweero, Kawempe, Nangabo, Makindye, Mukono and others areas.

According to the police spokesperson Fred Enanga, Corporal Tindimwebwa Kenneth was arrest in Nakasongola district with a gun but in a process of resisting he was short and later died in Mulago.

Corporal Tindimwebwa Kenneth
Corporal Tindimwebwa Kenneth

Upon investigation police have got incriminating evidence showing that he was the leader of a group that killed Nakawa Juliet in Mukono after robbing 7 million from her, it’s the same suspect who killed Sewaka Husein a police officer in Luweero and several others .

Police has discovered 688 rounds of a munitions, one AK47, 14 phones, airtime, and identity cards of some of people he has been killing.

In the same investigation, police has arrested Ibrahim Mbabaali a badaboda cyclist who has been offering him with transport and Nambi Marium who is the wife to the deceased to help in more investigations.

Ibrahim Mbabaali a badaboda cyclist
Ibrahim Mbabaali a badaboda cyclist

 

4500 Ugandans successfully evacuated

By Robert Ssegawa

Police at Eregu boarder point is still clearing the second batch of Ugandans evacuated from South Sudan. 4500 Ugandans successfully evacuated from South Sudan arrived at the boarder last evening.

Fred Enanga the police spokesperson says they are working with other sister securities agencies to verify the details of those entering Uganda, to ascertain their nationality and screen those possessing fire arms and other illegal objects.

He says some the returnees who were very and injured were airlifted to Gulu referral hospital yesterday while a woman died while giving a birth

 

 

270 Ugandans finally back

By Robert Ssegawa.

Over 270 Ugandans who were trapped in Juba during the ongoing war have finally back home in Kampala.

While receiving them at CPS the police spokesperson Fred Enanga said those who managed to board Uganda police buses are those with bullet wounds, women with their children.

Zaitun Namubiru one of the injured told police 4 of her friends were killed as they were resisting surrendering money to government soldiers.

Enanga adds that all these were stranded at Eregu boarder after all lost their money and government have to transport them to Kampala.

Kifeesi hit Namboole

By Robert Ssegawa

Kifeesi beat tight security of army and police at Namboole and robbed football fans that were coming from the 2016 Euro finals.

Kifeesi gangs hired a coaster from Kisenyi, Nankulabye and Makindye that ferried them to Namboole. Fred Enanga the police spokesperson says 54 members of the Kifeesi group were arrested by police and are currently detained at Jinja road police station.

He says they were found with stolen phones, hand bags and other items.


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