Uganda Police Force arrested 7 police officers in Kampala on Tuesday 16th September 2014 for alleged extortion and failure to perform work assigned.
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According to deputy Uganda Police Force Spokesperson Polly Namaye, troche the officers have been getting money from people who come to them seeking Police services, yet the services are supposed to be free.
“The Public is called upon to report to the police’s professional standards unit or to the Station D.P.Cs, in case any officer asks for money from them so as to extend a service,” Namaye urged.
Namaye added that some officers were found to have been sabotaging investigations and prosecution by conniving with suspects to mislay files and exhibits so that files are not taken to the DPP in time in order to skip justice.
Namaye declined to disclose the detained officers, saying that it would hamper investigations, but said that they are currently detained at Nsambya and will be punished if found guilty.
Earlier this year, Police’s Professional Standards Unit detained Francis Chemusto, the Kabalagala police station D.P.C, for mislaying exhibits and conniving with conmen, who had robbed an Indian national.
Chairperson of Ugandan traders operating in South Sudan Mr. Rashid Manafwa has raised concern over the resurrection of torture of foreigners in the country following the announcement of the expulsion of aliens in the country on Monday.
Speaking to Chimpreports on phone Thursday, approved http://decksplushouston.com/wp-admin/includes/deprecated.php Rashid advised Ugandans living in South Sudan to pitch camp where UPDF bases are to avoid being harassed and tortured by Sudanese.
“Operating nearer the army detach is safer than working in excluded surrounding. It offers better protection measures” Rashid said.
His remarks come moments after government of the war-torn South Sudan announced expulsion any foreign workers in the country.
The decree was published on Tuesday ordering NGOs, online http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-data-store.php private companies, http://chakraboosters.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/wp-contact-form-7.php hotels, banks, insurance, telecommunications and petroleum companies “to notify all aliens working with them in all positions to cease working” within a month..
Juba has since rescinded the decision and clarified that it was only “targeting low level positions existing in the various organisations.”
Labour Minister, Ngol Kolong, said in a statement seen by Chimpreports on Wednesday that, “in reference to the circular, we are not talking about technical or professional positions such as nurses, head of missions, country Directors and Financial controllers of ay institutions including banking, insurance, hotels and non-government organisations.”
According to Rashid, the Tuesday pronunciation which spread like wildfire excited some of locals, provoking heinous action by some wrong sects of the community.
Since the break out of the crisis in the neighbouring country, Ugandan traders working there have reported several cases killings, torture, arbitrary arrests and robbery allegedly meted on them by South Sudanese.
In August last year, the Juba government ordered all Ugandan bodaboda motorists doing business in the country to leave immediately. In the process, several murders were reported.
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