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The life and times of officer Christine Alalo

By Stuart Yiga

Added 14th March 2019 08:26 PM

We take a look at some of the earliest intimate pictures of her professional and family life

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We take a look at some of the earliest intimate pictures of her professional and family life

Born in 1970 to Jane Apubo and Stanley Etori, a retired civil servant, Christine Alalo who lost her life in Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines, lived out her early years in her village of Kalaki in Kaberamaido district.

But soon, Alalo, the ninth child in a family of 16, set out for Karamoja region, where she studied at Moroto Municipal Council Primary School up to Primary Five.

She moved to Teso, where she completed her primary level at Swairia Primary School in Soroti district in 1985. In 1986, Alalo joined Tororo Girls for O’level and then later joined Immaculate Heart Girls’ SS in Rukungiri district.

She joined Makerere University for a bachelor’s degree in social sciences’ majoring in sociology and graduated in 1996.

It was through her endless travels that she met her husband, Alex Kamujuni Ahimbisibwe, but sadly, Alalo, was widowed in 2004.

She was left with a task of raising the couple’s two-year-old and four-year-old children after Kamujuni was involved in a tragic car accident.

Growing in Police Prior to university, Alalo had enrolled in a Police academy and when merged with her newly gained knowledge in sociology, her role in Police seemed to have found ground.

With perseverance, hard work, patience and discipline, Alalo grew to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police rank according to Police statistics, held by only 11 women.

Here, we take a look at some of the earliest intimate pictures of her professional and family life.

lalo front with her male colleagues during her olice training in 2001 ourtesy hotoAlalo (front) with her male colleagues during her Police training in 2001. Courtesy Photo

 

lalo clad in training attire left and during her training in 2001 ourtesy hotoAlalo clad in training attire (left) and during her training in 2001. Courtesy Photo

 

lalo 2nd right taking oath upon completion of the olice training at ibuli olice raining chool eft is enior uperintendent of olice hris arugahare and enior ommissioner of olice harles saba 2nd left ourtesy hotoAlalo (2nd right) taking oath upon completion of the Police training at Kibuli Police Training School. Left is Senior Superintendent of Police Chris Barugahare and Senior Commissioner of Police, Charles Asaba (2nd left). Courtesy Photo

 

lalo 3rd left with her colleagues while still in training at ibuli olice raining chool xtreme left is  director  race kullo and ssistant ommissioner of olice arah ibwiika 2nd left as well lalos children lvin siimwe and mmanuel himbisibwe red cap ourtesy hotoAlalo (3rd left) with her colleagues while still in training at Kibuli Police Training School. Extreme left is CID director AIGP Grace Akullo, and Assistant Commissioner of Police Sarah Kibwiika (2nd left) as well Alalo’s children Alvin Asiimwe and Emmanuel Ahimbisibwe (red cap). Courtesy Photo

 

 

lalo and her late husband lex amujuni in 2003 at t rancis hapel akerere niversity after they were wedded eft is lalos father tanley tori her fatherinlaw ev lphaz uraaza iriam uraaza right and lalos mother anet tubo toli ourtesy hotoAlalo and her late husband Alex Kamujuni in 2003 at St Francis Chapel, Makerere University after they were wedded. Left is Alalo's father Stanley Etori, her father-in-law Rev. Elphaz Ruraaza, Miriam Ruraaza (right) and Alalo’s mother Janet Atubo Etoli. Courtesy Photo

 

lex amujuni with his children and their friend ourtesy hotoAlex Kamujuni with his children and their friend. Courtesy Photo

 

lalo with her first son mmanuel himbisibwe ourtesy hotoAlalo with her first son Emmanuel Ahimbisibwe. Courtesy Photo

 

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