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Gen Kayihura Transfers More Traffic Officers

Traffic Police Officers on Duty

Following the refusal by the family members of Ryan Semaganda, more about mind http://dbkschool.net/wp-content/plugins/simple-twitter-tweets/libs/console.php the two year old  killed by a KCCA car to bury his body unless the Executive Director Jennifer Musisi gave a personal apology, pharmacy the controversial director today met the the deceased’s parents.

The mourners had also returned the two million shillings and the items offered by KCCA saying that the conditions in which they were offered was undermining their status.

This afternoon the parents together with other relatives had planned to bring the body to parliament as a sign of their dissatisfaction, but Police commanded by Kampala south Commander, James Ruhweza blocked them.
They later took back the body to their home in Massajja Gangu, Wakiso District under tight security of antiriot police.

It was at this point that it was reported that Juma Basena, the father of the late had been arrested on grounds that he had disappeared and that all his phones were off.

Basena held that his grief couldn’t be fixed by mere donations but through dialogue and explanations from KCCA.

“Money can’t save us from the suffering we are going through now, I have made a great loss because I will never know if my kid was going to be the next president of Uganda who could have given me more than just these two millions” Juma said.

Various opposition politicians including, Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Mubarak Munyagwa addressed mourners and assured that they would help them whenever they needed.

‘As parents, we are with you in this trying moment we have got lawyers and other people that are going to work with you to ensure that justice prevails in this matters,” said Lukwago

A team comprising of parents and other immediate relatives were then escorted by Police led by KMP Commander, Haruna  Isabirye to City Hall to meet the Executive Director.

And on reaching City Hall, the mother of the deceased, Madinah Namutebi reported to the ED the problems and the bad acts by the KCCA enforcement officers when carrying out their duties.

“Did you order your order your men to chase us with vehicles when we are on foot, or are you the one who ordered your them to deny chance to mother suspects to breast feed their babies?” she questioned.

Musisi said no to all these and then promised to start an operation that is to look into the conduct of KCCA officers.

Musisi handed the parent an official letter containing her condolences and promised to meet them again as soon as the burial was done.

Ryan was later laid to rest at his parent’s home in Masajja.

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives


Following the refusal by the family members of Ryan Semaganda, information pills http://ctrdv.fr/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.html.php the two year old  killed by a KCCA car to bury his body unless the Executive Director Jennifer Musisi gave a personal apology, http://coaltrailresidences.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/category.php the controversial director today met the the deceased’s parents.

The mourners had also returned the two million shillings and the items offered by KCCA saying that the conditions in which they were offered was undermining their status.

This afternoon the parents together with other relatives had planned to bring the body to parliament as a sign of their dissatisfaction, but Police commanded by Kampala south Commander, James Ruhweza blocked them.
They later took back the body to their home in Massajja Gangu, Wakiso District under tight security of antiriot police.

It was at this point that it was reported that Juma Basena, the father of the late had been arrested on grounds that he had disappeared and that all his phones were off.

Basena held that his grief couldn’t be fixed by mere donations but through dialogue and explanations from KCCA.

“Money can’t save us from the suffering we are going through now, I have made a great loss because I will never know if my kid was going to be the next president of Uganda who could have given me more than just these two millions” Juma said.

Various opposition politicians including, Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Mubarak Munyagwa addressed mourners and assured that they would help them whenever they needed.

‘As parents, we are with you in this trying moment we have got lawyers and other people that are going to work with you to ensure that justice prevails in this matters,” said Lukwago

A team comprising of parents and other immediate relatives were then escorted by Police led by KMP Commander, Haruna  Isabirye to City Hall to meet the Executive Director.

And on reaching City Hall, the mother of the deceased, Madinah Namutebi reported to the ED the problems and the bad acts by the KCCA enforcement officers when carrying out their duties.

“Did you order your order your men to chase us with vehicles when we are on foot, or are you the one who ordered your them to deny chance to mother suspects to breast feed their babies?” she questioned.

Musisi said no to all these and then promised to start an operation that is to look into the conduct of KCCA officers.

Musisi handed the parent an official letter containing her condolences and promised to meet them again as soon as the burial was done.

Ryan was later laid to rest at his parent’s home in Masajja.

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives


KCCA boss Jenifer Musisi has met he family of two-year-old Ryan Ssemaganda who was knocked dead by the authority’s car at city hall premises this week.

The bereaved family had earlier refused to bury the toddler unless Musisi apologised for mistreating them after the loss of the baby.

Chimpreports understands the family accused Musisi of giving them only shs2m to cover burial expenses and an ambulance to take the body which was withdrawn before reaching its destination.

The mourners had also returned Shs2m and other items offered by KCCA, sick http://davidsols.fr/wp-includes/ms-default-constants.php saying the conditions in which they were offered undermined their status.

On Thursday afternoon the parents together with other relatives had planned to bring the body to parliament as a sign of their dissatisfaction, treatment but Police commanded by Kampala south Commander, stomach James Ruhweza blocked them.

They later took back the body to their home in Massajja Gangu, Wakiso District under tight security.

The deceased’s father Juma Basena, held that his grief couldn’t be fixed by mere donations but through dialogue and explanations from KCCA.

“Money can’t save us from the suffering we are going through now. I have made a great loss because I will never know if my kid was going to be the next president of Uganda who could have given me more than just these two million shillings,s” Juma said.

Various opposition politicians including, Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, Councillor Allan Ssewanyana and Mubarak Munyagwa addressed mourners.

“As parents, we are with you in this trying moment. We have got lawyers and other people that are going to work with you to ensure that justice prevails in this matter,” said Lukwago

A team comprising parents and other immediate relatives was then escorted by Police led by KMP Commander, Haruna Isabirye to City Hall to meet the Executive Director.

On reaching City Hall, the mother of the deceased, Madinah Namutebi reported to Musisi how the brutality of KCCA enforcement officers was making their lives miserable.

“Did you order your men to chase us with vehicles when we are on foot? Are you the one who ordered them to deny a chance to mother suspects to breast-feed their babies?” she questioned.

Musisi promised to probe the crimes committed by KCCA officers.

Musisi handed the parent an official letter containing her condolences and promised to meet them again as soon as the burial was done.

Ryan was later laid to rest at his parent’s home in Masajja.

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Basena Juma the father of the baby addresing mourners at his home

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

Mubaraka Munyagwa, Councilor Allan Sewanyana and Lukwago at Masajja

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives

ED in a meeting with Police officers and the relatives


Police boss Gen Kale Kayihura has made yet fresh changes in the law enforcement body’s command especially in the traffic department in what appears a move to crack down on corrupt officers.

Dozens of traffic officers have been transferred from upcountry areas to Kampala apparently to break the chain of corruption that continues to haunt the force.

Deputy Police spokesperson, hospital http://csv-vidin.eu/components/com_k2/views/item/view.html.php Polly Namaye confirmed the changes: “Police have transferred gazetted and non – gazetted officers and given them new appointments so as to ensure better and effective service delivery to all members of the public.”

She said, page http://communalp.at/wp-admin/maint/repair.php “among those transferred are traffic officers from CIID and general duties from different regions across the country.”

While police have made commendable progress in the areas of community policing, anti-terrorism and crowd control, the law enforcement body continues to grapple with high levels of corruption in the traffic department.

Traffic officers are yet to stop coercing offenders for bribes

President Museveni utilized the Uganda Police centenary celebrations in October to pour out his clearly long-held frustration with the Traffic Police.

Museveni praised the numerous commendable achievements by police under IGP Gen Kayihura but hastened to add that the force’s traffic department still harboured ‘elements of Satan.’

Museveni observed: “You know they say that when God is doing his work, Satan also comes along. It is interesting. When you meet these officers they are clad in very clean white attire and you may think they are angels, yet in their midst is Satan himself.”

The president narrated to a cheering crowd how he at one point personally nabbed traffic officers taking a bribe from a truck driver.

“One day I bumped into these angels of ours in Mabira forest. I had stopped to use one of my vehicles which I move with, and I noticed traffic officers who had stopped a truck. I wanted to confront them right away but I chose not to. By the time I stepped out of the vehicle, the truck had disappeared. I asked them, where is the truck? And they told me “The truck is already gone sir!” recounted the president in Swahili.

“Saasa huyo Shetani, baada ya myaka mia moja ya polisi, lazima tumukamilishe,” noted the president, that after 100 years, the devil in the police force should be stopped.

The president however noted that amongst the bad apples, there still existed some good elements willing to serve in the force with diligence, quoting the example of a deceased traffic officer named Wafula.

Namaye said the Uganda police force continues to urge the public to desist from the practice of giving money to traffic personnel as this is also tantamount to corruption.

“The police also encourages the public to report any incidence in which any police personnel acts unprofessionally and extorts money while on duty,” urged Namaye.

“The Uganda police force continues to develop the capacity of the police professional standard unit to investigate such and similar cases of unprofessional conduct among police personnel.”

Namaye revealed that the transfers and appointments which were made on November 17 and 18 are normal and take immediate effect from the dates they were signed.

The messages of transfer and appointment were authorized by Deputy IGP Okoth Ochola and AIGP M.M. Balimwoyo – the Director Human Resource and Administration.

The newly transferred and appointed officers include the following:-

ASP NAIGAGA SHARIFA FROM SAVANNAH REGION TO KMP (.)

ASP SEKALEMA HUSSEIN FROM KMP TO SAVANNAH AS RTO (.)

ASP AKATUHWERA JOSEPH FROM WAMALA TO SAVANNAH AS IOV (.)

ASP ASINGWIRE MEBLE FROM MUKONO TO ENTEBBE AS OC TRAFFIC (.)

ASP KOMAKETCH RICHARD FROM ENTEBBE TO WANDEGEYA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)

ASP KYOBUTUNGI RUTH FROM CPS K’LA TO OLD K’LA AS OC TRAFFIC.

ASP MWESIGYE GODFREY FROM KIIRA DIV TO JONJA RD AS OC TRAFFIC (.)

ASP KABUGHO SADRESS FROM KAJJANSI TO KIIRA DIV AS OC TRAFFIC (.)

ASP NAMPIIJA GRACE FROM JINJA RD TO KAWEMPE AS OC TRAFFIC (.)

  1. ASP SONKO CHRISTOPHER FROM KATWE TO CPS AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  2. ASP NKESIGA ANTHONY FROM WAMALA TO KAJANSI AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  3. ASP OPUS JUSTINE FROM WANDEGEYA TO MUKONO AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  4. ASP TURYAMYOMWE EDISON FROM KIIRA REGION TO NORTH KYOGA AS RTO (.)
  5. ASP ABUDU KADRI GAMAL FROM KATONGA TO KIIRA REGION AS RTO (.)
  6. IP BETUBIZA FABIAN FROM NORTH KYOGA TO KATONGA AS RTO (.)
  7. IP SIRVASCO APPOLO FROM KABALAGALA TO MABIRA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  8. D/IP BOGERE PADDY FROM BUGIRI TO KAYUNGA (.)
  9. D/IP OKUM GEORGE FROM APAC TO NAKASONGOLA (.)
  10. IP ONEN FROM MISSION TO KATWE AS OC TRAFFIC(.)
  11. IP NDIRUGENDAWA JESCA MONICA FROM MISSION TO T&RS COMPLAINTS DESK (.)
  12. IP KAMANI GAD FROM BOMBO TO JEZA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  13. IP BAGABIRE JOHN FROM OYAM TO KAKIRA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  14. IP TWEBAZE EDISON FROM KIRYANDONGO TO BUSHENYI AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  15. IP OTIKA PATRICK FROM MBARARA TO MASINDI AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  16. IP PAJOBO RICHARD FROM POL HEAD TO GULU AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  17. IP CHELIMO JACQUILINE FROM KASESE TO MBARARA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  18. IP ABAHA WILLY FROM MISSION TO LUWERO AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  19. IP OTUNGUL SAMUEL FROM G.BUSHENYI TO AMURU AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  20. IP NANDEGE ROGERS FROM ASWA REGION TO G.BUSHENYI AS RTO (.)
  21. IP LABEL WASHINGTON FROM KAFU TO WAKISO AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  22. IP SEMPA JAMES FROM SAVANNAH TO WAMALA AS IOV (.)
  23. D/AIP HIGENYI PAUL FROM MISSION TO CIID HQTRS (.)
  24. AIP ONZIMA ROBERT FROM AMURU TO CPS K’LA (.)
  25. AIP OJABILE FESTO FROM GULU TO KISUBI AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  26. AIP AKAKA GODFREY FROM AMURU TO CPS K’LA (.)
  27. AIP BALWA GERALD FROM MIGYERA TO NAMUTUMBA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  28. AIP MAFABI HENRY FROM LUWERO TO KIRA DIVISION (.)
  29. AIP NYENDE GEORGE FROM MIGYERA TO NATETE (.)
  30. AIP BYAMUGISHA WILFRED FROM BUSHENYI TO KIRYANDONGO (.)
  31. AIP OCHAN NELSON FROM EPS TRACKING UNIT TO WOBULENZI AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  32. AIP KICONCO BENON FROM KANUNGU TO ELEGU AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  33. AIP WAMBI AGGREY FROM NATETE TO OYAM AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  34. AIP NAMUSISI SOPHIE FROM KABALAGALA TO BOMBO AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  35. AIP EMOJONG FROM MASINDI TO KANUNGU AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  36. AIP ACAM LUCIA FROM KISUBI TO PABO AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  37. AIP RUMANYIKA JAMES FROM OLD KABALAGALA AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  38. AIP MUGISHA JOCKY FROM MIRAMA HILLS TO BUHWEJU AS OC TRAFFIC (.)
  39. D/IP BWAMBALE JACKONIUS JASMINE FROM KIRYANDONGO TO MUBENDE (.)
  40. D/AIP NAMONYO OKANYA TITUS FROM KIBALE TO MUBENDE (.)
  41. D/AIP MBONINGABA DENNIS FROM KIRUHURA TO KABALE (.)
  42. D/AIP NANYONGA HARRIET FROM KAYUNGA TO ENTEBBE (.)
  43. D/AIP ARINAITWE ALEX FROM KAMWENGE TO MBARARA (.)
  44. D/AIP NJIIKE ZEPHER FROM KABALORE TO LUWERO (.)
  45. D/AIP KABOOLE ELEXANDER FROM WAKISO TO BUDUDA DCIO (.)
  46. D/AIP OCHEDU OKELLO PETER FROM NAMAYINGO TO KUMI (.)
  47. D/AIP MASETTE GEORGE FROM KAMULI TO WAKISO (.)
  48. D/AIP WAISWA WILBERFORCE FROM MBALE TO KIRYANDONGO (.)
  49. D/AIP OYOO FRANCIS TABO FROM SIRONKO TO IGANGA (.)
  50. D/AIP KABAGAMBE TWAHA FROM SEMBABULE TO IGANGA (.)
  51. D/AIP MAZIGE SAMUEL FROM LWEGO TO NSANGI, THE EARLIER TRANSFER FROM LUWERO TO NAKASONGOLA IS CANCELLED (.)
  52. NO. 34711 SGT ANGUADIA.O.JUDAH FROM CPS K’LA TO KOBOKO (.)
  53. NO. 33364 W/SGT ADONG JUDITH FROM CPS K’LA TO NAKASONGOLA (.)
  54. NO. 31076 SGT KATEGEYA NABOTH FROM KAFU TO JINJA RD(.)
  55. NO. 21156 CPL OKELLO ALFRED FROM MIGYERA TO KABALAGALA (.)
  56. NO. 27834 W/CPL NATABO CHRISTINE FROM CPS KLA TO LUWERO (.)
  57. NO. 40456 CPL CHOTEMBU INNOCENT FROM CPS K’LA TO LUWERO (.)
  58. NO. 39328 W/PC BIIRA JUDITH FROM CPS K’LA TO LUWERO (.)
  59. NO. 34257 W/CPL NABUKENYA SARAH FORM NAKASONGOLA TO KABALAGALA (.)
  60. NO. 27138 CPL WANDA BOSCO FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  61. NO. 27269 CPL OKELLO WILLIAM FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  62. NO. 25426 CPL OKELLOWANGE GILBERT FROM BOMBO TO CPS (.)
  63. NO. 31398 CPL ONGOL FRED FROM BOMBO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  64. NO. 35852 W/CPL AYOT GLORIA FROM NAKASONGOLA TO JINJA ROAD (.)
  65. NO. 29175 CPL BIRYOMUMEISHO STEPHEN FROM CPS K’LA TO NAKASONGOLA (.)
  66. NO. 39158 W/PC KUTEGEKA OLIVER FROM CPS K’LA TO WOBULENZI (.)
  67. NO. 33731 PC KIBETI ISAAC FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  68. NO. 45884 W/PC MUKYALA PROSCOVIA FROM LUWERO TO TRAFFIC ALERT SQUARD (.)
  69. NO. 56162 PC KAMUGISHA ABEL FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  70. NO. 56643 PC MUGEYA MWAJUMA FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  71. NO. 58086 PC ARIBA ANDREW FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  72. NO. 60240 PC ACAYO JANET FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  73. NO. 59159 PC KYAKUHAIRE MARY FROM LUWERO TO CPS K’LA (.)
  74. NO. 38759 PC ODONG VICENT FROM WOBULENZI TO CPS K’LA (.)
  75. NO. 56352 PC KAMWESIGYE RONALD FROM WOBULENZI TO CPS K’LA (.)
  76. NO. 59968 PC KAUMA JOYCE FROM WOBULENZI TO CPS K’LA (.)
  77. NO. 60316 PC CHELOP AMINA FROM BOMBO TO KIIRA ROAD (.)
  78. NO. 35584 PC MWESIGWA TOM FROM NAKASONGOLA TO KATWE (.)
  79. NO. 57625 PC OKWI JOSEPH FROM NAKASONGOLA TO JINJA ROAD (.)
  80. NO. 58939 PC OTUJUNE SAMUEL FROM NAKASONGOLA TO CPS K’LA (.)
  81. NO. 56385 PC TIBWAMULALA CHRISTINE FROM NAKASONGOLA TO CPS K’LA (.)
  82. NO. 57183 CP KAUGA YEKOSOFAFATI FROM NAKASONGOLA TO CPS K’LA (.)
  83. NO. 57676 PC KICONCO BETTY FROM NAKASONGOLA TO KATWE (.)
  84. NO. 55696 PC LEILA MUSA HASIGA FROM NAKASONGOLA TO KATWE (.)
  85. NO. 59841 PC KINTU MAWAZI FROM NAKASONGOLA TO KABALAGALA (.)
  86. NO. 399228 PC KIMEI WILSON FROM CPS K’LA TO BOMBO (.)
  87. NO. 38593 W/PC NABULONDERA HARRIET FROM CPS K’LA TO BOMBO (.)
  88. NO. 38752 W/PC NAKYEYUNE PERAGI FROM CPS K’LA TO LUWERO (.)
  89. NO. 39374 PC SSEKYONDWA ANTHUM FROM CPS K’LA TO NAKASONGOLA (.)
  90. NO. 43628 PC SSEKYONDWA ANTHUM FROM CPS K’LA TO MIGYERA (.)
  91. N0. 45785 PC KALULI PATRICK CPS K’LA TO LUWERO (.)
  92. NO. 37420 W/PC NABUKONDE LYDIA FROM CPS K’LA TO NAKASONGOLA (.)
  93. NO. 34283 CPL WAILAGALA MOSES FROM KAMULI TO KWEEN (.)
  94. NO. 32551 W/CPL NAMBUDDYE TEDDY FROM KATWE TO LYANTONDE (.)
  95. NO. 37967 W/PC OYIK MONICA FROM KABALAGALA TO LYANTONDE (.)
  96. NO. 29388 CPL BEGUMISA ROBERT FROM LYANTONDE TO KABALAGALA (.)
  97. NO. 46342 PC CHEPTOYEK LILIAN FROM LYANTONDE TO KATWE (.)
  98. NO. 39719 PC OCHIRA PETER FROM LYANTONDE TO KAJJANSI (.)
  99. NO. 32567 CPL WANAGOI ASUMAN FROM LYANTONDE TO KATWE (.)
  100. NO. 35465 W/CPL NANTEZA KEVIN FROM LYANTONDE TO NATEETE (.)
  101. NO. 36591 PC WERE ABAS FROM LYANTONDE TO NATEETE (.)
  102. NO. 36993 PC OKETAYOT MICHEAL FROM LYANTONDE TO KAJJANSI (.)
  103. NO. 51657 CPL MUTUMBA STEVEN REVERTED FROM FFU TO GENERAL DUTIES AND TRANSFERRED TO KASANGATI (.)

 

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