Police officially apologies to Emeritus John Baptist Kagwa, the catholic church over it’s teargas

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Police officially apologies to Emeritus John Baptist Kagwa, the catholic church over it’s teargas. Whisper Eye Reports .

Police  led a delegation of senior officers on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, to purposely meet the Rtd Emeritus John Baptist Kagwa at his home in Masaka and delivered apologies to him, his family and the catholic church fraternity, over the disruptions caused during the thanksgiving ceremony of the Mbogo clqan at the clan headquarters in Mugulu village, in Singo.

According to police authorities led by Asan Kasingye the IGP carried out a thorough review and evaluation of the incident, and acknowledges the operational lapse which led to the use of teargas that spread and impacted on the congregation and the public.

The IGP extended further apologies in addition to the earlier ones made, regarding this regrettable incident.

He applauded the Bishop for his resilient and steadfast leadership during this disruptive incident by the territorial Police.

He further requested that all leaders (including religious leaders) should always involve the Police in programmes such as these for better coordination during this Covid19 pandemic in order to mitigate the risks of Covid-19 transmission among the entire public. A statement signed by Afande Kasingye.

On Weekend Police teargassed Mbogo clan elders in Mityana an act which has been condemned by a large section of Buganda leaders from all walks of life.

The elders in attendance included Bishop Kaggwa retired among others.

It’s reported that Police wouldn’t handle Bobi Wine presence at the meeting who was to attend being that Bobi Wine is of Mbogo Clan.