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President Museveni has promoted Uganda Police Force Spokesman CP Enanga Fred to the rank of Senior Commissioner of Police (SCP).

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773 gazetted officers Promoted

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni also commander in chief of the armed forces has has promoted Uganda Police Force Spokesman, CP Enanga Fred, to Senior Commissioner of Police (SCP).

Enanga has been promoted alongside a total of other 772 senior police officers in a promotion that ranges from the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police to Assistant Inspector General of Police.

“In exercise of the powers vested in him under section 9(i) of the Police Act, the president of Uganda and on advice of the Police Authority has appointed on promotion 773 gazetted police officers to the ranks of Assistant Inspector General, Senior Commissioner of Police, Commissioner of Police, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Senior Superintendent of Police, Superintendent of Police and Assistant Superintendent of Police,” Gen Kahinda Otafiire, the Internal Affairs Minister said on Thursday afternoon.

Otafire said other ranks will also been considered for promotion at a later time.

He explained that whereas the new promotions come with an increment in their salaries, it is not entirely about salary increment but in recognition for their dedicated service to the force and country at large.

“They have been promoted due to diligent service rendered, duration of their service, record of service and existence of vacancies to be filled,” Otafire added.

Who is Fred Enanga? 

Fred Enanga is a Commissioner of the Uganda Police Force and the current spokesperson of the Force and an Economist by profession.

Born to a family of ten, Enanga attended Peter Piper Nursery School then Mugwanya Preparatory School for his early school life that’s from P.1 to P.4.

Then he moved to St Savio from P.5 to P.7.

He later joined Lango College for his O’ Level education (boarding section) then Kololo SSS and then Kitante Hill for his A’ Level education respectively before joining Makerere University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences.

He joined Police in 2001. He first began working as an Operations officer in Entebbe.

Over the years, he has held a number of positions up to the time when he was appointed as the Police Spokesperson in 2014, a position that has made him known to the public.

Fred Enanga now a national hero on March 9th 2022 – Heroes Day was awarded the Golden Jubilee medal in recognition of his outstanding service and loyalty to the country.

Speaking about the accolade shortly, he commended President Museveni for recognising his contributions to the country. “It really shows that there is much trust and appreciation for the work you do as a police officer. I am happy that after over 20 years, I have been able to receive this medal,” he said.

In exercise of the powers vested in the President in Section 1 of the Police Act Chapter 303 and on the advice of the Police Authority, the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces has today promoted and appointed on promotion 773 gazetted police officers to the ranks of AIGP, Senior Commissioner of Police, Commissioner of Police, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Senior Superintendent of Police, and Assistant Superintendent of Police.

The president has promoted Edwegu Richard, Birungi Ruhuma Charles, Ocaya James,Nuwagira John and Kali Ali Fadul to the rank of AIGP.

Also, 9 other officers were promoted to the rank of SCP from CP, while 33 have been promoted from the rank of ACP to CP.

69 officers have been promoted from the rank of SSP to ACP, 137 from the rank of SP to SSP, 158 from the rank of ASP to SP and 172 officers were promoted from the rank of IP to ASP.

The announcement was made by the Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon. Kahiinda Otafiire (Maj. Gen Rtd), at a function held at the Ministry headquarters in Kampala.

In his remarks, the minister noted that the promotion is to recognize the invaluable service the officers have rendered to the country in the police force, in the process of maintaining law and order.

Below is the list of other  lucky Officers promoted:

SCP – AIGP

1. EDYEGU Richard C

2. BIRUNGI RUHUMA Charles

3. OCAYA James

4. NUWAGIRA John

5. KAALI ALI Fadhil

CP –SCP (09)

1. NIWABIINE Lawrence

2. ENANGA Fred

3. KAFEERO Moses

4. NAMUTEBI Hadija

5. BARYAMWISAKI Felix

6. MWESIGWA Frank

7. APORA James

8. HALANGO Timothy

9. SEWANYANA Yusuf

ACP – CP

1. ACAYE Phillip Steve

2. ACHOLA PROSCOVIA

3. AKWANGO ESTHER

4. AMERI IRENE Kimara

5. BETONGYEZA FULGENSE

6. BYAMUGISHA Benedict

7. BYOGERO OLIVIA

8. ECEGA RICHARD

9. KASIMO THOMAS

10. KATONO LYDIA

11. KIBWIKA SARAH

12. KIHANDA HASSAN

13. KIRUNGI SULAIMAN

14. KULAYIGE Hilary

15. KUSEMERERWA JAMES

16. KYASIMIRE DINA BUGONDO

17. LAWOT Patrick

18. MUHEIRWE Emmanuel

19. MUJABWAMI EZRAH

20. MUJINYA Francis

21. MULUYA Moses

22. NAKYAGABA Sarah

23. NAMAYE POLLY

24. NAMUWOZA DENIS

25. NKORE Mujuni Paul

26. OKALANY John William

27. OKETCHO ISAAC

28. OKOSHI Simon Peter

29. RUHWEZA JAMES AKIIKI

30. SSEBABULIDDE Charles

31. SSEGIRINYA FREDRICK

32. TWINOMUJUNI JULIUS

33. ZIWEDDE ABUBAKER

SSP –ACP

1. ABAHO GEORGE

2. AKAIS PATEL J J P

3. ASOBASI JOHN

4. BIDDEMU CHARLES

5. EBYAGAMBIRWE EMMANUEL

6. ACHIRIA GODFREY

7. ALYANGA HENRY SELASSIE

8. ASIIMWE SAMUEL

9. BANGAMBAKI ALFRED

10. BINDEEBA DICKENS

11. CANINGOM PIUS

12. EKUDOT MOSES

13. EMOJONG GODFREY

14. GIMEI TOPHER NAKOKO

15. HAGUMA JIMMY

16. ISABIRYE JULIUS

17. KAIJA STEPHEN

18. KALIMBANO WILLY

19. KALULU ENOS

20. KASOZI KAMURASI BEN

21. ANYWAR DENIS RUBBEN

22. AGABA DAVID

23. AKANKWASA BERNARD

24. AKATUTUNGISA HENRY

25. ALINYO PATRICK

26. ARUMADRI OLIVIA

27. ATUHEIRE ALLAN ROBERTS

28. BAKASHABA BOSCO

29. BATTE DANIEL

30. BWAMBALE JULIUS

31. BWAMBALE MILTON

32. CHELANGAT SYLIVIA

33. DAAKI APOLLO IVAN

34. DR.MADRAMA CHARLES

35. ADIBAA IRENE

36. ALENYO PETER

37. ASIIMWE ROSE

38. BYARUGABA DENIS

39. GUBIRA GERALD

40. KATUZEYO BOAZ

41. KAUMA NSEREKO ROGERS

42. KAVUMA HENRY

43. KAYIWA BENJAMIN HUMPHREY

44. KAYONGO W. HAMZAH

45. KHISA CHRISTINE

46. KICONCO JOHSON TIBBS

47. KIGOZI LAMECK

48. KIIZA ROGERS

49. KIRABO JOSEPH

50. KIRUNDA VICTORIA ROSEMARY

51. KITIMBO ABDULAH UTHUMAN

52. KOMUHANGI JANE

53. KULE YONA

54. KYOFA NAJJUM

55. MAYENDE WILBERT

56. MUGARURA ANDREW

57. MBABAZI NATAMBA FRANCES

58. KYASANKU RAYMOND

59. KWETEGYEREZA ADRIAN

60. KYALIGONZA EDWARD

61. MAGEZI RONALD

62. MONDAY JOHNSON

63. MPUNGU GEORGE

64. MUGANZI EDSON

65. MUGENYI KAMISAFU

66. MUSAKANA AHAMED

67. MUSALIMA FAITH

68. MWESIGWA SAMUEL

69. NABAKOOZA ROSE

70. MBABAZI MARTIN BARAHUKWA

71. MUHUMUZA ALEX

72. MUHUMUZA BERNARD

73. MUTUYA UMAR

74. NAHABWE VICTOR

75. LAKOR WILSON

76. MAGYEZI JAFFAR

77. MUGAWE RASHIDA

78. MUHWEZI DONALD

79. MWEBAZE PIDSON

80. MWESIGYE VICENT

81. OKINO CYPRIANO

82. POKOTO HOSEAH

83. NALUBEGA ROSE MARY YVONNY

84. NALUGO BETTINAH

85. NYAMAIZI MARION

86. OBULEJO IDRO AARON

87. ODONGKARA STEPHEN

88. OKAE BEN GEOFFREY

89. OKELLO DICKENS GODDY

90. OKELLO MOSES

91. OKWI OKEDI STEPHEN

92. OTIM BOSCO OLORO

93. OWOR JOHN JOSHUA

94. ODIKOR CHARLES

95. OJANDU .A.D. ROBERT

96. OKABO OKELLO JAMES

97. OLOKA JASPER

98. ONYANGO PATRICK

99. OPIRA OKENY ZAKEO

100. OTEDE BENON

101. OUMO PETER OMMS

102. OWILI ALFRED

103. NAMPOZA RITA

104. NSABA CHARLES

 

105. OKODA BENSON

106. OPIO ESAU ATOROM

107. OTORO JAPETH

108. SEBUWUFU ERISA

109. WANDERA JAMADA

110. SEMPALA BASHIR

111. TUGIIZIRE ALLAN

112. TUMWEBAZE DOREEN

113. TUMWESIGYE FRANCIS

114. TWONGYEIRWE JUSTUS

115. WABWIRE JOAB

116. WAISWA AYUB

117. WALUGEMBE ROBERT

118. WAMUNGA BILAL

119. WAMUNYERERE DAVID JAMES

120. WANYOTO HERBERT

121. WERE RONALD

122. ZAKE LATIF

123. ZARUGABA TINKA IGNATIUS

124. SERUMAGA RICHARD

125. SSENYONDO RICHARD

126. TESIIMA CATHERINE

127. TUGUME CYRUS KATTA

128. TURYAHABWE ASANASIO

129. SSEGUYA ROGERS

130. TUKAHIRWA CELESTINE

131. TWEHEYO JACKSON

132. WAGUBI HERBERT

133. WOBUYAGA CATHERINE

134. KINTU HENRY

135. SOOMA NELSON

136. WAKADUBI FRED

137. MUSINGUZI Jonathan

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