Police Gets Chief of Joint Staff as Newly Appointed Directors Assume Office


Deputy IGP, Maj Gen Sabiiti Muzeyi (L) chats with AIGP Brigadier Jack Bakasumba, the Police Chief of Joint Staff on Monday.
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The recently appointed Assistant Inspector Generals of Police (AIGPs) have Monday assumed their offices.

The handover ceremony was presided over by the Deputy IGP, Maj Gen Sabiiti Muzeyi at Police headquarters in Naguru.

The officers include; AIGP Brigadier Jack Bakasumba, the Chief of Joint Staff (CJS), AIGP Brigadier Godfrey Golooba (Director Human Resource Development and Training), Col Chris Serunjoji Damulira, (Director Crime Intelligence) and Colonel Jese Kamunanwire (Director Human Resource Administration).

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The four replaced AIGP Haruna Isabirye who is heading to New York as the police attachée to the Ugandan Mission.

AIGP Moses Balimwoyo, who now moves as Director Interpol and International Relations. Balimwoyo replaces SCP Oyo Nyeko Benson, who was Acting Director and now heads to the AFRIPOL Headquarters in Algiers as the Police Liaison Officer while SCP Chombe Amur is now Deputy Director Interpol and International Relations.

Maj Gen Sabiiti welcomed the officers and urged them to feel at home.

He also commended the outgoing officers for the job well done for the time they have served in the Directorates.



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