Crime & Investigation

Why Kaweesi Rushed to Reinstate OC Kirumira


sildenafil sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The reinstatement follows outcries by the residents of Nansana and surrounding areas over the sudden rise in theft and robbery cases in a period when Kirumira has been out of office.

Kirumira has agreed to come back and “serve the public which is my general call from God”.

“I return. Let us help our nation together, I thank everybody for your support, especially the Senior Command of the Uganda Police Force, local media, general public and my family,” noted Kirumira.

“I promise commitment, courage, diligence and honesty; I shall restore peace in Nansana and surroundings and this Easter season shall end peacefully in an operation codenamed ‘the return of order’.”

Kirumira was summoned to Police Standards Unit Bukoto where he charged with soliciting a bribe after a thug used his Warid number to send money worth Shs 200,000 which according to the report, was meant to compensate the cash stolen by the said thug.

He was detained at Nsambya Police Barracks for sometime before being given a bond at public and media’s outcry.

Earlier, Kirumira revealed that a one Ibrahim Nsubuga and the Commandant were maliciously pushing a non-existent case against him.

“He is on two court cases at Mwanga II Court and Law Development Centre respectively, for fabricating evidence with a group of other young men against Pastor Robert Kayanja in the infamous sodomy case,” Kirumira observed.

“Nsubuga was charged in August last year by Old Kampala Police Station; how can a person of this steer be with a police officer?”

Kirumira’s reputation for clearing Kisaasi, Nansana, Kisenyi, Bukoto, Wandegeya and Nakulabye of criminals is enough to hand him back his job.

He says malicious fellow cops have tried all their best to bring him down but to no avail.

Commander Kaweesi too realised it was only Kirumira who could contain crime in Kampala suburbs hence the reinstatement.


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