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Fred Enanga dropped from Police Spokesperson role by new IGP Abbas Byakagaba

A few weeks after being appointed to succeed Martins Okoth Ochola, who retired, Inspector General of Police Abbasi Byakagaba reorganized some positions in the police hierarchy.

According to information that has reached our news desk, ACP Rusoke Kituuma has been named the new Police spokesperson. SCP Fred Enanga, who is now the Deputy Director for Interpol, has been replaced by Kituuma.

The adjustments have been confirmed by police sources; more information will be provided later. Fred Enanga is a senior commander of police in Uganda, a public official, and a professional economist.

He serves as both the police spokesperson and senior commissioner of the Ugandan police force at the moment.

Born on June 23rd into a family of 10, Fred Enanga spent his childhood living in Kampala with his parents.

As of right now, there are five of them alive: two males and three girls.

His ancestral house is located in the Northern Region of Uganda’s Apac District, Ayago Village, Akokoro Sub-County.

Enanga, who is Luo by ethnicity, was a mischievous and obstinate youngster.

Enanga’s father consistently pushed him to pursue a career in aviation by studying diligently. In addition, he watched his son pursue a medical degree and become a doctor.

Nonetheless, Enanga struggled in the sciences at senior four, primarily as a result of the northern Ugandan insurgencies.

After completing the second grade, he decided to enroll in an art combined program and became an economist.

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