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Uganda: Controversial flying squad resurrected, new boss named

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Kampala, Uganda- Inspector of Police today, named Peter Kakonge as the new FSU commander.

Okoth Martins Ochola, the Inspector General of Police has named a new commander for the Flying Squad a month after redeploying Herbert Muhangi and disolving his entire team.

A month ago a radio message was sent ordering all flying squad team members to report to CID Kibuli. Most of them reported and were debriefed and asked to apply and told to await further communication.

Until today, Kakonge has been a detective stationed at CID Headquarters in Kibuli.

The FSU, before its disbandment had been buffeted by allegations that its members had become hired hit men in town and many were engaging in extortion and abuse of office and torture.

Flying squad unit had been seen by the public as rogue and carrying out operations outside police mandate.

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