Police have denied reports that the force’s director in charge of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) AIGP Amos Ngabirano has resigned.
There have been unconfirmed reports circulating on social media and other platforms that the police ICT expert has resigned and consequently left the country for London.
But police spokesperson Emilian Kayima says the reports are false and are based on speculation.
“The information that Ngabirano has resigned is not true. It is just speculation,” police spokesperson Emilian Kayima said.
A source intimated to PML Daily that Ngabirano tendered in his resignation letter last week to Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura.
His alleged resignation comes just days after President Museveni ordered the disbandment of police procurement committee during a National Security Committee meeting at Entebbe over flouting procurement rules in the purchase of CCTV cameras whose installment is soon to be rolled out.
Ngabirano was among those asked to be relieved of his duties. His resignation, however, could be seen as a preemptive motive before Gen.Kayihura shows him the exit as ordered by President Museveni.
Speaking during the vigil of the slain police spokesperson AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi, Museveni promised that government would soon instal CCTV cameras along highways and major town centres in the country