The police chief, AIGP Asan Kasingye Reportedly Retires

The police chief, AIGP Asan Kasingye Resigns

The police chief, AIGP Asan Kasingye, the Chief Political Commissar of Police, has reportedly retired.

Sources revealed that Kasingye, who has been with the police for 30 years, today handed over his office to his deputy, ACP Hillary Kulaige, after his contract expired.

He is one of eight high-profile officials whose contracts have not been renewed by President Yoweri Museveni, the military commander.

Kasingye retired from the police force in 2009 and has been working on a contract. His contract has been renewed six times since 2009.

According to police rules, an AIGP senior police officer retires at the age of 45 and can only work on a renewed contract every two years.

Meanwhile, other AIGPs whose contracts have expired include Edward Ochom, Andrew Sorowen, Erasmus Twaruhukwa, Abass Byakagaba, John Ngugutse, Haruna Isabirye, and Joseph Mugisha.

Kasingye has worked in various offices, from the Interpol manager to a police spokesman and is now a political commissar. He also serves as Chairman of the Uganda Police Football Club.

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