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Kayihura Replaces Muhammad Kirumira as Buyende DPC

Police Chief Gen Kale Kayihura has replaced ASP Muhammad Kirumira as the District Police Commander (DPC) for Buyende. The Police boss has appointed ASP Edgar Akankwatsa to take over from Kirumira as the DPC for the Eastern Uganda district. This follows Kirumira’s Wednesday announcement that he had retired from Police. The officer

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DPC Kirumira Arrested Over Resignation Remarks

Buyende District Police Commander ASP Muhammad Kirumira has Thursday morning been arrested by Police Flying Squad at home in Bulenga, Wakiso District. This follows his Wednesday remarks about retiring from Police. The officer also granted interviews to various media houses, something Police Spokesperson SSP Emilian Kayima described as an act of gross indiscipline. Kirumira

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Police Raid DPC Kirumira’s Home

Police Flying Squad has Thursday morning sealed off Buyende District Police Commander ASP Muhammad Kirumira’s home in Bulenga, Wakiso District with orders to arrest him. This follows Kirumira’s Wednesday announcement that he had retired from Police. The officer also granted interviews to various media houses, something Police Spokesperson SSP Emilian Kayima

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Police Speaks Out on DPC Kirumira’s Resignation

Uganda Police Force has spoken out on the resignation of Buyende District Police Commander ASP Muhammad Kirumira, who is battling 6 counts. Kirumira was last week arraigned before police tribunal at Police Headquarters in Naguru and charged with torture, extortion, corruption, bribery, unlawful arrests and excessive use of authority, offences he

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DPC Kirumira Resigns from Uganda Police After Being Charged With 6 Counts

Buyende District Police Commander (DPC) Muhammad Kirumira popularly known as ‘Mwoyo Gwa Gwanga’ has resigned from the Uganda Police Force after being charged with 6 counts. Kirumira was last week arraigned before police tribunal at Police Headquarters in Naguru and charged with torture, extortion, corruption, bribery, unlawful arrests and excessive use

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