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According to information available, Ssempa is well known to those who were at Kings’ College Buddo during Idi Amin Dada’s reign of terror.

The cause of Ssempa’s death is still unclear but it’s highly believed he could have collapsed to death following a brain accident or a heart attack, according to UAH Forumist G Kkolokolo.

The death comes hardly a week after a one Susan Kideni alias “Sheillah Nabweteme” was found dead in her house in the city of Dallas, Texas.

Her body is still at the Medical Examiner’s office in Dallas.

Nabweteme was a registered nurse who lived at Carrollton community, Hillside Texas.

According to Captain Lukiah Mulumba, US Air Force, Nabweteme had lived in the US for 17 years, the final 6 years of which were resided in Dallas, Texas.

Meanwhile, Ssempa will be missed by relatives and neighbours for he knew how to live decently and to go on amicably with everyone.

A son of the late Amos Kalule Ssempa, former Minister both at Mmengo and in the Obote I Central Government, Ssempa lived a simple life.

“His simple ways never betrayed his rich and very wealthy background and was always very cautious and extremely prudent on political issues,” recounts Kkolokolo.

A very large cross-section of Ugandans including the Ambassador and top eminent personalities of the Ugandan community has assembled in Paris to pay their last respects to their fallen comrade.

Ssempa’s body is being kept at a mortuary where it has been treated and it will be flown to Uganda early next week.

Ssempa is survived by a son and two daughters whose mum passed away 20 years ago.

here http://ckls.org/wp-includes/l10n.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Course participants were lectured in several areas including introduction to law, http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/form_detail.php general principles of criminal law, Specific crimes, criminal procedure, crime scene management and investigation techniques.

They were taken through several other areas such as statement recording, economic crimes; gender based violence, organization, functioning, and jurisdiction of courts ICT skills and human rights.

The special training comes barely a week after Police passed out a unique unit to deal with civil disobedience and protests.

Officiating at the Friday graduation, Chief Superintendent Reverien Rugwizangoga, the deputy commandant of Police training school highlighted the importance of the course saying that it was an opportunity that police officers should put into use since it improves on their criminal investigation skills.

“I challenge you to put the acquired knowledge into use as it will enhance your professionalism,” CSP Rugwizangoga told graduates.

Representing the Commissioner for criminal investigation department, Superintendent Morris Muligo reminded participants that Police was the first link in the chain of criminal justice process.

He expressed no doubt that the training has increased proficiency, skills and knowledge to uphold professional standards.

“What you have acquired should not be on the certificate but reflected in your performances,” Superintendent Muligo told course graduates. He further urged police officers to use the knowledge to make a difference.

Simon Burton, on behalf of Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC) reiterated that the knowledge acquired will help deal with emerging crimes.

Speaking on behalf of course graduates, Chief Inspector of Police (CIP) Arcade Mugabo acknowledged trainers efforts to impart with knowledge that will assist the police officers to carry out their duties professionally.

“We intend to practice the acquired skills and extend them to our colleagues,” CIP Mugabo said.

The advanced crime investigations course is one among several that Rwanda National Police and BTC collaborated on.

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