The Inspector General of Police [IGP] Martin Okoth Ochola has yet again caused massive transfers in the Uganda Police Force.
In a letter dated 15 October, 2018, the IGP caused changes among 54 police chiefs across the country.
Assistant Commissioner of Police [ACP] John Peter Ematu who has been the North Kyoga Region RPC came first on the list.
Ematu has been transferred to Human Resource Management [HRM] of the Police pending fresh deployment. His successor is SSP Nkuluga Peter from Rwenzori Region.
His junior, Assistant Superintendent of Police [ASP] Mugabi Ronald who has been the Alebtong District Police Commander [DPC] has also been transferred to HRM pending fresh deployment.
SP Ochieng Moses Sule from Kamuli district replaces ASP Mugabi in Alebtong as DPC.
ASP Bakaleke Joseph Gwadio has been transferred from Kampala CPS to Kiryandongo district as DPC.
David Ongom Mudong, the North Kyoga Region Police Spokesperson termed his boss’ transfer as normal.
“As you can see, the document was released yesterday by Head of Human Resource of the Police. It’s a normal transfer,” Mudong sounded in an interview with TND News Uganda on Tuesday afternoon.
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