Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President and Commander in Chief Yoweri Museveni has appointed four new Assistant Inspector Generals of Police, from Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF).
Seconded to join Police are Brig. Jack Bakasumba, Brig Godfrey Goloba, and Colonels Jese Kamunanwire and Chris Damulira.
Brig. Jack Bakasumba has been named Chief of Joint Staff for the Police, while Col Ddamulira who has been the deputy CMI director for counter terrorism is now director of crime intelligence in the Uganda Police.
They join Major General Sabiiti Muzeyi, who is the Deputy Inspector General.
“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,” said Brig Richard Karemire, the defence spokesperson.
IGP Okoth Ochola has as a result of the new appointments, switched several his officers to new assignments.
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President @KagutaMuseveni reshuffles Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) officers transferring some to head police units.
— Joyce Bagala (@joycebagala1) July 2, 2019