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Enanga appointed new police spokesperson
Publish Date: Apr 07, 2014
Enanga appointed new police spokesperson
Judith Nabakooba
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by Raymond Mujuni

The Inpector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura, has appointed Fred Enanga, the former commissioner in charge of land protection as the new police spokesperson.

In a police reshuffle, Judith Nabakooba, the former Police Spokesperson has been promoted to the office of Deputy Political commissar.

Nabakooba who has served as a Police Spokesperson for over a year now will be in charge of building ideology in the police force.  

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Ibin Senkumbi, has also been transferred to Rwizi Regional Police. Patrick Onyango, who has been the Deputy Police Spokesperson, takes over from Ssenkumbi.

Polly Namaye, former Rwizi Regional Police Spokesperson is the new Deputy Police Spokesperson.

 

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