Ochola said police will hunt for former Kayihura Aide wherever he is hiding
The Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola has for the first time spoken about the Janathan Baroza who deserted the Forces in June while on official duty in Algeria where he was working as Police attachee at Uganda High Commission in the country. Baroza was an aide to now arrested former IGP General Kayihura. Prior to the sacking Kayihura as Police top boss, Baroza was deployed in Algiers however, as International Security Organizations (ISO) started arresting several police officers who were close to former IGP, Baroza abandoned his work station to unknown destination.
On Wednesday this week, Ochola said the Forces is looking for him and will use all possible means to get him. Ochola said he can’t reveal the method they use to get the fugitive Baroza who disappeared on 16th June.
Ochola revealed the development when he updating the country about 2017-2018 crime report which register high increase in mudder and kidnaps in the country.
According to Police, Baroza boarded the plane from Algeria back to Uganda via Instabul after being recalled by police headquarters in Kampala but he never reached the country and his whereabouts remains scanty.
Ochola assigned his home area Police Commander Moses Balimwoyo to look for him at his home in Masindi and report back to headquarters.
The IGP also warned Police against indiscipline and bad behaviour wondering how a serving police officer can abandon his working area and go away without police authority.
Baroza prior to disappearance was wanted by security forces to answer queries regarding to forceful deportation of Rwanda refugees who were living in Uganda.
Ochola took the same occasions to warn Dr. Agrey Kiyingi to stop and desist from sending threatening messages to Ugandans via social media. He said should he continues, police will be left with no options but to arrest him from wherever he is. Dr. Kiyingi is currently living in Australia and has been known critics of president Museveni administration.