Muhammad Kirumira, the District Police Commander (DPC) for Buyenda has revealed dirty police activities executed by the institution’s top shots.p
On Monday Kirumira announced his resignation from ‘a criminal infiltrated force’ citing victimisation by the top administration which has spanned for over years.
Kirumira was last week arraigned before Police Court at the Headquarters in Naguru, Kampala for allegedly involving in corruption, extortion, torture of suspects and bribery.
Taking to the social media platform the ‘witch-hunted’ officer as he decried announced to the whole world he was hanging his boots and warned “no one should stop his decision.”
“… I have realised that my image before the administration shall never change and given the fact that I am still a young man, I have resigned from the force to enable the police court fulfil their motives.”
Shortly after issuing his resignation statement, through the same platform Kirumira would later be filmed spilling dirty secrets involving the inner administrators.
He said he wasn’t afraid of being incacerated in Nalufenya, a dreaded detention facility in Eastern Uganda for he will stick to ‘nothing but the truth.’
It remains no public secret that Kirumira wielded bad blood with Police Chief General Kale Kayihura and his cohort because he was against the recruitment of known criminals into the force to abet police rid crime in country.
“Nickson warned me and threatened my life, I told him his days were numbered. Where is he now?” Kirumira said in a live video broadcast.
Nickson Agasirwe who was deemed Kayihura’s close ally was last year arraigned before the Military Court and charged with several accounts of murder, illegal repatriation of Rwandan Refugees and Kidnap.
As if that was not enough, this year the Military Intelligence launched a crackdown on a criminal cartel Boda Boda 2010 superintended by Abdullah Kitatta, a known associate of Kayihura.
Kitatta and several of his followers were charged my the Military and remanded to Kigo Prison.
Kirumira added that several officers espouse criminality as an avenue of reaping sacks of money using known criminal gangs.
Observers say Kirumira could have created his safe passage to testify against dirty cops since the operation by the Military against criminal elements in the Police is on going.
“He could be a good asset for the Military,” said the observer.