Assistant Inspector General of Police -AIGP Godfrey Golooba, who presided over the pass out on behalf of Inspector General of Police -IGP Martin Ochola rallied the officers to ensure that they practice the skills they have acquired and exhibit them in their duties purposely to match the ever-changing policing needs.
Among the police officers who received Master’s degrees include Senior Superintendent of Police Hilga Dauda, Caroline Akoth, Kayondo Hamis, John Aratu, Doris Achola, Doreen Ayesige and Jackson Musinguzi.
Several traders opened their shops in arcades and plazas by 7am, which prompted police to use force including firing bullets and teargas to compel them to close in line with the presidential directives.
At popular shorelines such as Ggaba, Munyonyo, Mulungu and Kawuku, the affected homes include those owned by businessmen Hamis Kiggundu, Christopher Sembuya, of Sembuule Steel Mills Ltd, Pastor Robert Kayanja, and Pastor Gary Skinner.
Thirty three people are confirmed to have died and 27 others rescued. The exact cause of the boat accident is still unknown. However, reports show that the boat was in sorry state and wasnt worthy to operate.
Museveni was taken through a guided tour in the control room at the new Natete Police building. The officers also explained to the presidents how the 359 cameras installed in various parts of Kampala District will work.
Karamoja, one of the least developed areas of Uganda, is known to possess considerable mineral deposits. A number of its inhabitants are involved in small scale mining, of lime, marble stone and gold as a source of income.
The suspects include Muhammad Yunus Kamoga, the leader of Tabligh Muslims under Jamatil Salafiya group, Sheikh Siraji Kawooya, Sheikh Murta Mudde Bukenya, Sheikh Fahad Kalungi, Amir Kinene, Hakim Kinene Muswaswa, Katende Yusufu alias Abdallah, Sekayanja Abdulsalam alias Kassim Mulumba, Sematimba Abudulhamid Mubiru, Hamza Kasirye, Twaha Sekitto, Jingo Rashid, Musa Issa Mubiru and Iga George William.
Royal theatre, the home of Diamonds Ensemble, a group led by Rubaga South Member of Parliament Kato Lubwama, was this morning evicted over non payment of rent. The group has reportedly accumulated rent arrears for a period of five years amounting to 200 million Shillings.