President Yoweri Kaguts Museveni has reportedly summoned all police chiefs to State House over the Sunday night deadly school inferno which left several students dead.
The report comes just days after yet to identified arsonists torched down St Bernard Secondary School Manya in Rakai District leaving at least 10 students dead and scores critically injured.
It has emerged that president Museveni has summoned all police chiefs headed by Inspector General of Police Martin Ochola Okoth and his deputy Sabiiti Muzeyi to State House, Entebbe to discuss about security related cases.
Ochola and Sabiiti were yesterday morning spotted at Parliament where they were supposed to interface with the parliamentary committee on Defence and Internal Affairs led by Doreen Amule.
After a long waits for the arrival of the legislators, the police chiefs walked away in protest saying that they had another engagement with the President. They left their junior officers in charge and walked away.
The parliamentary committee meeting could not proceed as Amule adjourned the meeting until Tuesday next week when Ochola would return to present a quarterly budget performance report for FYs 2017/18 and 2018/19.
Education minister and First Lady Janet Museveni and Security minister Elly Tumwine on Monday visited St Bernard Secondary School and interviewed some eye witnesses.
It later emerged that some students who had been suspended from school for indiscipline cases have been arrested over the incident.