By Spy Uganda
It’s a moment of grief for eight top directors in Uganda Police Force after Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni refused to renew their contracts over yet to be known reasons.
According to reports, the eight police Directors hit hard by Museveni’s tough decisions include; CPC AIGP Asan Kasingye Chief political commissar, AIGP Edward Ochom Director Operations, AIGP Erasmus Twaruhukwa Director Legal, AIGP Andrew Sorowen Director Welfare, AIGP Abass Byakagaba Director Counter Terrorism, AIGP John Ndugutse an Attach in Nairobi, AIGP Haruna Isabirye an Attach in USA and AIGP Joseph Mugisha director Fire and Rescue Services.
TheSpy Uganda has exclusively learnt that the contracts of the above Directors had expired two years ago but they ‘kneeled’ to the President for more time promising him that they would this time serve to his satisfaction.
Reports quotes an insider in the police force as saying, “After 2021 elections, the directors through Internal Affairs Minister requested President Museveni to renew their contracts by more two years such that they can serve until 2023 which he went mute about till this week when he sent back their files to internal affairs minister without any positive comment.”
“The above has since left the eight officers preparing their exit gates since their chances of being re-considered have went to zero degrees,” said a source.
Infact, according to reports, one of the troubled officers AIGP Kasingye was quoted saying “I want to put things right in police before I retire in March something which means that may be he had got some information that his contract would not be renewed.