Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Fred Yiga has today announced his retirement from service as police officer and he has handed over the office of the Director of Interpol to Senior Commissioner of Police Benson Oyo Nyeko.
AIGP Dr Fred Yiga who has served in the Uganda police force for 32 years since 1987 when he joined police force as a Cadet has served in several police directorates including that of the Chief Politcal Commissar and by the time of his retirement has been currently the Directro of INTERPOL which he headed for the last two years.
AIGP Dr Fred Yiga has handed over office of the Director Interpol to Senior Commissioner of Police Benson Oyo Nyeko who has been his Deputy on Function held at Interpol headquarters in Kololo presided over by the Deputy Inspector General of Police Maj Gen Sabiiti Muzeei.
Maj Gen Sabiiti Muzeei has commended AIGP Fred Yiga for his tremendous contribution and committed service towards building a strong police force as well as fighting in his 32 years of service.
However, here at Purple Tv Africa, we can’t help but wonder, Is he also going to join people power, why has he resigned unceremoniously?