Police has announced that it will tomorrow hold a memorial service for the Commissioner of police, Christine Alalo, who perished in the Ethiopian Airlines flight on Sunday, March 10.
Police Commissioner Christine Alalo was aboard Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 from Addis Ababa to Nairobi which crashed a few minutes after taking-off from Bole International Airport on Sunday.
The memorial service will be held at All Saint’s Cathedral Nakasero where police officers will gather to pray for the fallen officer.
According to police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, police dispatched a team of professionals with the deceased children to Ethiopia in a bid to help in identification process of its fallen hero who died in a plane crash. He said the team returned last Wednesday without the body nor and the ashes of the heroine.
“The process of getting Alalo’s remains may take up six month since officials of Ethiopian government officials are conducting DNA test from blood sample obtained from deceased’s relatives,” said Mr. Enanga.
He said upon the identification process and establishing of Alalo’s remains, her family, and relatives will be informed about burial arrangements.
Today police officers and other mourners are expected to gather at the Alalo’s home in Seeta where they will sign a condole