The DPCs were sent on course in the last week of May and they passed out on September 3, by the police’s director for Human Resource Development Godfrey Golooba, who rallied the commanders to put the knowledge and skills acquired into practice in order to improve policing.
The five roomed structure has developed cracks, which has triggered fears among police officers. It’s against this background that Muhindo has sought intervention from Kikyuusa Town Council authorities and Town Clerk.
According to Capt. Edrine Mawanda, the UPDF 3rd division Spokesperson, the LDUs deserted the force with guns two months ago for unknown reasons. "These people deserted even before they were given numbers and so far, we have recovered 14 guns from them but we are hunting for the remaining hunting for 6 guns, “he said.
According to residents, Wakiso District Police commander, Medard Asiimwe together with three other officers raided a pub in Nsangi and questioned the revellers why they were drinking past the night curfew time, which resulted in altercations. Police attempted to arrest the revellers, who put up resistance.
According to Lovisa, she was abused when her stepmother was away from home. She recalls her father came to her bed at night and forced himself onto her before threatening to end her life if she told anyone what had happened.