Senior Superitendant of Police Sam Omala confronts Dr Kizza during walk to work.
Senior Superitendant of Police Sam Omala confronts Dr Kizza during walk to work.
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Senior Superitendant of Police Sam Omala confronts Dr Kizza during walk to work.
Senior Superitendant of Police Sam Omala confronts Dr Kizza during walk to work.

Renown Senior Superitendant of Police Sam Omala has been transferred to Greater Busoga as the Deputy Commander Bukedea Sector. He has been replaced by Superintendent of Police (SP) Agero Rashid, the new Field Force Unit Operations Commander for Kampala Metropolitan Police, a statement issued by Police Spokesman Fred Enanga shows.

The transfer of Omala, who turned a nightmare for the opposition and former Forum for Democratic Change leader Dr Kiza Besigye in peaceful demonstrations  in the city, takes immediate effect.

Others transferred in the mini-reshuffle include; Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Kaali Fadhil who was appointed as Commander of the Special Field Force Regiment (SFFR), and is to be deputized by Superintendent of Police (SP) Ojandu AD Robert, the Ag. Deputy Commander SFFR.

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See statement below in full:

IGP transfers and appoints gazetted officers

The Inspector General of Police has with immediate effect transferred and appointed four (4) Senior Police Officers in a mini-reshuffle.

These include; Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Kaali Fadhil who was appointed as Commander of the Special Field Force Regiment (SFFR), and is to be deputized by Superintendent of Police (SP) Ojandu AD Robert, the Ag. Deputy Commander SFFR. While Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Sam Omala has been transferred to Greater Busoga as the Deputy Commander Bukedea Sector, and replaced by Superintendent of Police (SP) Agero Rashid, the new Field Force Unit Operations Commander-Kampala Metropolitan Police.

The transfers that are normal and regular, take immediate effect, and are also based on service exigencies and competence.

We congratulate the appointed officers and wish them success in their new postings.

CP Fred Enanga

Press and Public Relations Officer

Uganda Police

17.04.2015