Police has today morning arrested their own man after he was found with an SMG riffle in Nakaseke town yet he was not deployed there.
Police suspects that Barnet Musiime a police constable attached to the Special Investigations Unit in Kireka was using the riffle to rob motorcycles.
Musiime was arrested after he lied that he was in Nakaseke making a follow up on a suspected motorcycle thief.
“We do not operate like that as police; when we asked him who had deployed him in Nakaseke, pilule http://consumermedsafety.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/slideset/template.php he told us it was his superiors at Kireka but on contacting them, they denied and revealed that they had spent two weeks without seeing him,” said Lamech Kigozi the police publicist Savanah region.
Kigozi adds that due to the increase in thefts of motorcycles, the officer may be part of the robbers who terrorize districts of Luwero, Nakasongola and Nakaseke.
He is currently being detained at Kiwooko police station as investigations go on
Eskom Uganda has announced the appointment of Mr. Mohammed Mahsen as Technical Manager of the power generation organisation.
Until now, cheapest http://csnn.ca/wp-admin/includes/deprecated.php Mohammed, http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/class-feed.php worked as Maintenance Manager at LaFarge East Africa’s Bamburi Cement in Mombasa, Kenya.
Eskom Uganda Corporate Affairs Manager, Simon P. Kasyate told Chimpreports Wednesday, “this appointment is in line with our continuous quest to meet our core obligation of operating and maintaining the two government-owned hydro power stations of Nalubaale and Kiira.”
He further stated that as a mechanical engineer, Mohammed brings with him over a dozen years of experience in maintenance engineering, stock controlling, project management and planning, contract management, quality management system (ISO 9001:2000) and Loss Prevention Systems (LPS).
Mohammed has worked for Lafarge East Africa – the region’s biggest cement manufacturer in three East African states – in different capacities and possesses “proven track record in formulating equipment maintenance strategies while adhering to best practices, delivering results and successfully using the network of experts to find solutions to plant problems,” said Kasyate.
The new technical manager was further described as a “a team oriented people manager with the ability to motivate others in achieving individual and company objectives.”
“Born in Uganda 39 years ago, Mohammed has had an illustrious academic and professional career from which Eskom Uganda Limited is proud to tap.”
Eskom Uganda was incorporated on 22nd November 2002 and commenced operations on 1st April 2003. Eskom Uganda Limited (EUL) is a subsidiary company of Eskom Enterprises (Proprietary) Limited- South Africa, the investment arm of Eskom Holdings Ltd; the leading electricity generation company in Africa.