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Constable Mugabi was from Kitezi, south Kampala. His funeral took place at Mityana in Southern Uganda.
He is survived by his wife and three young children.
Constable Mugabi’s colleagues, Corporal Sunday Levi and Constable Mandule Wilson are still being treated for their injuries at a nearby hospital.
The investigation into the killing is continuing with one man taken into police custody and an automatic rifle recovered.
The IGP is still in the Kasese region working to calm the tribal tensions that are believed to have led to the attack.
“Uganda Police Force would like to offer our sincerest condolences to Constable Mugabi’s family,” police said in a statement.
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The officers will deploy for up to one year’s duration and were addressed on Monday last by the Uganda Police Director of Interpol, Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Hussein Asan Kasingye.
He urged his officers to avoid corruption and to respect the local Muslim culture.
Officers were specially selected for this mission and those who perform well can expect promotion on their return to Uganda, according to the leader of the FPU, Assistant Commissioner John Nuwagira.