Police has said Afande Kirumira is still their officer even after the senior officer announced his retirement from the force yesterday (Wednesday).
The police also warned Kirumira that disciplinary action will be taken upon him if he continues embarrassing himself talking about his retirement in the media.
Kirumira is faced with a number of charges before the police tribunal.
The Force says it’s not proper for their own officer to announce his resignation from police through Media instead of passing through the right channels.
“Therefore, senior officer Muhammad Kirumira cannot resign from the Uganda Police Force through a Facebook message,” police spokesperson Emilian Kayima said.
Kayima said Kirumira should have used the right way to announce his retirement.
Still on Muhammad, the flying squad today raided his home in Bulenga wakiso district.
The force raided kirumira’s home to arrest him but in the attempt to resist the arrest, Muhammad locked himself inside the house.
Muhammad Kirumira needs to be rescued from the mob pic.twitter.com/tHEN2YWACR
— Student (@Umarl) February 1, 2018
Although the officer locked himself inside, the police broke the door of his home to drag him out.
Ugandan Police officer Muhammad Kirumira resigns, within less than 24 hrs, the flying squad storms his house, he refuses to open the House and they decide to forcefully break into the house. Whats going on in this country? pic.twitter.com/DgUkT6h5ZW
— The Trend Setter ???? (@Ugaman01) February 1, 2018
After cutting the door, the force succeeded in removing kirumira out and arresting him thus taking the officer to unknown location. As the police were moving away from his home, they shoot bullets to disperse the crowd and journalist that were crowded in the area
“ This is the police I have been working for the last 12 years they’re indiscipline and the door they have broken costs 500, 000 Uganda shs and they will have to pay it,” Muhammad said while being arrested in his home Bulenga
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