The President also Commander in Chief Yoweri Museveni on Tuesday evening appointed four Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officers as Police Directors.
In the latest mini reshuffle, Col Sserunjoji Ddamulira is the director of crime intelligence in the Uganda Police Force, a replacing Senior Commissioner of Police, Godfrey Chombe.
Col. Ddamulira has been serving as the deputy director in charge of counter terrorism in the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI), the intelligence wing of the Ugandan army.
Brig.Jack Bakasumba who has been serving as the commander Peace Support Operations Training Centre in Singo, Nakaseke district has been sent to police as the chief of joint staff.
The President also appointed Brigadier Godfrey Golooba as the police director of human resource and Development replacing AIGP Haruna Isabirye.
Col Jesse Kamunanwire will head Administration replacing AIGP Moses Balimwoyo who has been transferred to the directorate of Interpol and International Relations whereas AIGP Isabirye has been seconded as the police attache to the Uganda mission in New York.
Senior Commissioner of Police, Benson Oyo Nyeko who has been the director for Interpol has now been sent to Afripol headquarters in Algeria as the Police liaison officer whereas SCP Chombe has been sent to Interpol as the deputy director.
Speaking about the new changes, UPDF Spokesperson Brig Richard Karemire said, ““Congratulations to the UPDF General and Senior officers seconded and appointed to various positions in the Uganda Police Force. UPDF remains available to support other agencies of govt. in their quest to build capacity for the good of our country.”
Do you have a story in your community or an opinion to share with us: Email us at email@example.com