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Uganda: President Museveni to pass out Police cadets

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John Barigye

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

MASINDI-UGANDA-Over 500 cadet officers who have been going through police strategic courses at Kabalye Police training school, in Masindi district are to pass out in the function to be presided over by Uganda’s President Yoweli K-Museveni.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Maj.Gen. Kale Kaihura today arrived at the school to access the officers graduating mood and gave Ok for the pass out.
The training started on Nov 5, 2010 over 500 Cadet Officers were received for training as one of the security strategies to keep law and order.

The officers graduating includes; 360 male and 140 females. The cause duration was interrupted by the walk to work protests led by opposition against high living and fuel prices

It’s a mixture of ululations at Kabalye Police Training School as the Police Cadet Students are finally graduating since the police training had surpassed its normal calendar.

The officers to graduate are healed for keeping Museveni in power, after dealing with oppositions’ protests (Walk to work) just after elections

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