FLASHBACK: Muhammad-Kirumira-arrives-for-trial.

Former Buyende District Police Commander Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Muhammed Kirumira has been denied bail after court directed him to present three sureties above his rank.
The police officer was this month arrested by Police Flying Squad officers after they forcefully broke into his house in Bulenga along the Kampala-Mityana Highway a day after he announced his resignation from police.
Last week ASP Kirumira applied for bail and Court Chairman SCP Denis Odongpiny vowed to look into his bail application however in his ruling in the afternoon, Odongpiny said Kirumira must present three sureties above his rank for him to be released on bail.
‘’Kirumira is free to appeal to police council in case he is not contented’’. SCP Denis Odongpiny said in his ruling.
Upon that chaos ensued as Kirumira protested over stringent bail conditions saying that there was no way he could get senior police officers above his rank when all his phones were taken off from him.
‘’I can never be intimidated, which kind of job is this’’. He said as he matched around the tribunal room.
The embattled police officer who is facing various charges of crimes torture, extortion, corruption, bribery, unlawful arrests and excessive use of authority has always been appearing before the tribunal whenever he is required.
Last week the court chairman granted the prosecutor leave to withdraw torture charges that were leveled against Kirumira due to lack of witnesses. After the hearing, Kirumira was driven to Nalufenya