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Aviation police commander Mwesigye dead

RIP: Colleb Mwesigye

The Commandant of Aviation Police Assistant Commissioner of Police (ASP) Colleb Mwesigye is dead.

Mwesigye breathed his last this morning at Nakasero hospital, where he has been in Intensive Care Unit for two weeks. 
According to information obtained by URN, Mwesigye was bedridden for almost two months and was moved to Nakasero hospital when his condition worsened.
 
The deputy police spokesperson, Polly Namaye, says Mwesigye has left behind a widow and a young baby. Mwesigye has been on the wanted list by the Police Flying Squad for his alleged involvement in the 85kgs cocaine scandal involving Aviation Police. 

He was one of the eight police officers implicated together with the Commandant of the Very Important Persons Police Unit-VIPPU, Dodovico Awita for tampering with the cocaine exhibits. 

Awita was picked up last week together with six other officers and locked up at Nalufenya police facility in Jinja district. 
 
A source at the Flying Squad told URN that the officer was tracked to Nakasero hospital last week but operatives from the Flying Squad led by their commandant, Herbert Muhangi but they couldn't arrest him since he was on life support.

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+3 #1 Lakwena 2017-11-07 13:32
In other words, because of Gen Kayihura vis-a-vis rampant dishonesty and corruption (organized high crime), the Uganda Police is on self-destruction mode.
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+2 #2 Wooden K. 2017-11-07 14:07
Hello Uganda !

Sorry we have lost another one . But why do all these top Police people come from there ?

Where are the rest of Ugandans in this ?

Kayihura / Musanvu have tribalised the Police so much it is disgusting .
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+1 #3 saeguya 2017-11-07 14:23
Could this be a conspiracy? Are people, specifically those in uniform being targeted because they oppose the age limit.

The sad thing is that the same tribe is now turning against one another because they are the ones in the hierarchy. RIP. At least you won't be humiliated like all the other officers that are now at nalufenya.
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0 #4 fLY 2017-11-08 09:55
Overheard trying to explain in a shivery,trembling voice,
"Dear God forgive me! It was orders from above!"

And in a kindly but gruff and very deep voice, "That my dear,does not constitute an excuse. All human beings have free choice, so you could have chosen not to listen to you commander in chief,but now, here we are!

Loud screams, pleading,and a gnashing of teeth....
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0 #5 Odongo Richard Otim 2017-11-14 15:33
Recruiting of police and promoting a particular ethnic groups to be in a decision making in the force policy is weakening the force.

Recruit and promote from different regions so that the force is endowed with dervergent views to make it work effectively.

At the moment the force is working like a family which is wrong.
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