Crime & Investigation

Police Anti-Narcotics Bosses Fired

pill http://classlitigation.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/menu.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Commissioner of Police Fabian Amadia and his deputy Senior Superintendent of Police Michael Were were given marching orders on January 31, information pills according to Okoth’s radio message to all police units.

Sources said the duo was fired for conniving with drug lords in the country.

But matters were worsened when one of the drug trafficking suspects in the case of Adam Suleiman Kalungi (departed MP Cerinah Nebanda’s boyfriend) identified Amadia as one of their collaborators.

Illicit drug trade has lately been flourishing in the country.

The sacked officials have been reverted from CIID to “general uniform” pending deployment and investigations at the Professional Standards Unit (PSU).

While investigating Nebanda’s death, Police in December 2012 claimed busting a racket of suspected drug dealers believed to have been accomplices of Kalungi.

In the course of the investigations, CIID said it had received information Kalungi was a drug dealer and part of a large drug trafficking network involving many individuals both foreigners and Ugandans.

Police was shown residences of some of the individuals who included Ali Omara AL-Muzahim, Ibrahim Muhammed (Eritrean) and Abdi Rashid-Bott alias Igbal-Rashid-Ugandan of Pakistan origin.

The suspects were charged with illegal possession of illicit drugs and remanded at Luzira Prison.

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