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Police in panics as IGG opens investigation against them

by James Ateenyi

ACP John Peter Ematu, the former North Kioga Regional Police Commander is among the 21 senior police officers who are facing investigations after the Inspector General of Government indicted them for using forged documents to enter the Force where they have risen to senior ranks.

On February 15, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Internal Affairs, Dr Benon Mutambi, wrote to the Inspector General of Police, Mr Martins Okoth- Ochola, to institute criminal investigations against the 21 police officers.

Dr Mutambi also forwarded to Mr Ochola the names of the officers who, according to IGG, forged entry documents and in the result were “irregularly promoted.”

The indicted officers are at ranks of Assistant Commissioner of Police, Senior Superintendent of Police, Superintendent of Police, Assistant Superintendent of Police and Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police.

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