May 29, 2020
May 29, 2020

Asp Muhammad kirumira quits police over persecution



By Ronald Kabuye
The Buyende district police commander DPC ASP Muhammad Kirumira has opted to resign from the police force on grounds that he is being persecuted by the force administration in a way of preferring against him what he termed old framed up criminal charges in the force tribunal court.
Kirumira was on Tuesday last week arraigned before the police tribunal and charged with six counts of torture, extortion, corruption, bribery, unlawful arrests and excessive use of authority. Alleged he committed while still in charge of Nansana police station and old kampala police station.
Kirumira announced his resignation on his official facebook page Mwoyo ggwanga were he indicated that the purpose of trial is to find ways of undermining his reputation thus a decision to resign as a senior police who has labored to wipe out crime without special facilitation.
“I have realised that my image before the administration shall never change and given that am still a young man, I have resigned from the force to enable the police court fulfil their motives. I now await official message replacing me” post read in parts
He added that eventually after court verdict he will put in an official retirement application to earn a discharge letter.
“I want to leave the police since its clean and Iam branded dirty. I would love to keep my reputation as a freedom fighter.
This is my decision which I will not change permanently.” Kirumira emphasized.

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