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Sabiiti on the spot

Exposing the police boss’s biggest problem Seven months after his appointment as Deputy Inspector General (DIGP) of the Uganda Police, Maj. Gen. Steven Sabiiti Muzeeyi, was on Oct.15 put on the spot. President Yoweri Museveni ordered him to stamp out increasing urban crime in the Kampala Metropolitan Area, an assignment …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Sabiiti on the spot

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Sabiiti on the spot: Exposing the police boss’s biggest problem THE WEEK Election 2021 plans: EC starts verification of voters’ register at village level THE LAST WORD Inside Europe’s savior complex: How Western efforts …

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Bad news over LDU recruitment

Political risk exposed Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME AND JULIAN SABIITI | Some of them forged documents. Others bribed. Many were rejected and many fainted in the physical recruitment training. But still they did not give up. The countrywide recruitment of Local Defense Unit (LDUs) that started on July 15 …

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Ochola criticizes Kayihura methods, Gen.Tumwine assures on security

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | The Appointments Committee of Parliament Wednesday completed vetting and approval of presidential appointees Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola and the deputy Inspector General of Police Brig.Gen Sabiiti Muzeeyi. The process comes after President Yoweri Museveni recently reshuffled the Uganda police force, dropping General …

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Sabiiti withdraws ‘presidential handshake’ petition

The petition which resulted into what Parliament’s Speaker Rebecca Kadaga called a “stupid court order” blocking parliament from debating the controversial “presidential handshake” reward, has been formally withdrawn by the petitioner, Eric Sabiiti. An employee of the Electoral commission, Eric Sabiiti through his lawyer Alex Chandia petitioned the constitutional court to …

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