Parliament Concludes Vetting three Newly Appointed Security Chiefs
The parliament appointments committee has this afternoon concluded the vetting of the three security officials appointed to head security ministry and police force.
These include the security minister Gen. Elly Tumwine, inspector genral of police Martin Okoth Ochola and his deputy Brig. Sabiiti Muzeyi.
Shortly after the interface with the committee, security minister Elly Tumwine says he is set to ensure effective information sharing between the different security organs in the country.
Meanwhile, the appointed IGP Okoth Ochola declined to speak to journalists at parliament immediately after appearing before the same committee.
When asked by the waiting journalists to address them about his interface and what he plans to do in the police force, Ochola simply walked away telling journalists to find him at the police headquarters in Naguru.
For his part, the appointed Deputy IGP Brig. Muzeyi Sabiti says if the committee approves him for this duty, he is ready to serve Ugandans.