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Uganda Baati donates office units to Uganda Police, DTI

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Baati, through the Safal Uganda Baati Foundation, donated office units to the Uganda Police Duty-Free Shop and the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT).

Ian Rumanyika, Head of External & Corporate Affairs at Uganda Baati said the company sought to actively contribute to the advancement of Uganda’s society and workforce.

“We understand the invaluable role that the police play in our community’s safety, and we recognize the importance of equipping our youth with skills for a brighter future. This initiative embodies our pledge to contribute to positive change and growth in Uganda,” Rumanyika said.

The units were positioned at the Uganda Police duty-free shop in Nsambya will serve as accessible hubs for police officers to engage with both the serving and retired police personnel and the community members.

Hajji Kirungi Suleiman, the Commissioner of the Uganda Police Duty-Free Shop & Supermarkets said the units will help to reduce space challenges.

“We have been facing the problem of limited office space. Limited office space presents a significant challenge for police as we must optimize the available area to meet the needs of our workforce. Efficient space planning, flexibility, and adaptable solutions are essential to maximize productivity and create a conducive work environment,” ACP Suleiman said.

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