Norman Musinga moved to Rwenzori in new police reshuffles


By Annet Nakanwagi,


The Inspector General of Police, John Martins Okoth Ochola has on Sunday made reshuffles in the  Traffic Police Directorate.

According to the new changes, the Kampala Metropolitan Traffic Police Commander  Norman Musinga has been reverted from the directorate and appointed the Regional Police Commander (RPC) for Rwenzori West.

Musinga has been replaced with Rogers Nsereko Kawuma.

Nsereko previously served as Norman Musinga’s deputy and recently completed a four-month intermediate command and staff course at the Police Senior Command and Staff College in Bwebajja, along Entebbe road in Wakiso district.

The latest changes have also seen Israel Wambesyo appointed as the KMP deputy Traffic commander.

Moses Mutabingwa who has been the head of the alert squad under the Directorate of Traffic, has been sent to Mbale as the Elgon Regional Traffic Officer and replaced by Anthony Nkesiga.

The IGP has further appointed Faridah Nampiima the new Traffic Directorate Spokesperson replacing Charles Ssebambuulidde.

ACP Ben Mubangizi has been appointed the Kampala Metropolitan Police deputy commander. He replaces Denis Namuwoza who was recently appointed as the police commissioner in charge of police operations sitting at the Police headquarters in Naguru.

In other changes, former head of parliamentary police, Henry Kintu has been sent to Kisoro as District Police Commander and replaced by Stephen Agaba whereas Rogers Sseguya has been appointed as the deputy Regional Police Commander in charge of Kampala South.

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