Kirumira to know his fate

By Michael Odeng

The anticipated judgement had been postponed three times by the Police tribunal chairperson, Dennis Odwong Odongpiny because it was not ready and some of the members of the panel were absent.

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PIC: The Police Tribunal is set to deliver judgement in a case in which Kirumira is accused of corrupt practice.

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KAMPALA - The Police Tribunal is on Tuesday slated to deliver judgement in a case, in which former Buyende district Police commander, Mohammad Kirumira is accused of corrupt practice.

The anticipated judgement had been postponed three times by the Police tribunal chairperson, Dennis Odwong Odongpiny because it was not ready and some of the members of the panel were absent.

Other members of the tribunal include Susan Kasingye, a senior superintendent of Police and Olivia Wawire a commissioner of Police.

Kirumira, also an assistant superintendent of Police, is battling two charges of unlawful or unnecessary exercise of authority.

Initially, 28 charges mainly of unlawful or unnecessary exercise of authority and corrupt practice were brought against Kirumira. But Police gradually dropped the charges that did not have sufficient evidence.