The troubled and bedridden former Inspector General of Police Gen.Kale Kayihura has again been mentioned in yet another shocking scandal after intelligence reports revealed that he spent over shs 500M on buying luxurious and expensive vehicles to his former blue eyed top police officers without authority from the Police Council, we have exclusively and reliably been informed.
According to our sources in police, when the news landed into the ears of current the Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola (OMO), he immediately instructed the Director in Charge of Criminal Investigations AIGP Grace Akullo to commence the investigations and bring all the culprits to book.
Insiders in Police intimated to Spyreports that Gen Kayihura while still enjoying unlimited powers as the police chief purchased ten expensive Vehicles through Chatta Motors and later distributed them to his former ten blue eyed police officers as a token of appreciation for the good work they had rendered him. “All vehicles came into the names of ten police officers,” said a source at Police headquarters in Naguru.
Officers who are part of investigations revealed to Spyreports that so far some officials from Chatta motors who were involved in procurement have already recorded statements at CID headquarters in Kibuli.
The investigating team added that the remaining part is to summon ten police officers who were beneficiary to record their statement and later summon Gen Kale Kayihura to tell us his story.
By the end of next week we except to have completed our investigations and later send the file to the DPP for legal advice,” says one of the investigating officers.
The sources added that Gen Kale Kayihura, police officers are facing charges of corruption and abuse of office.
When interviewed Evert Bashaija the head of sales at Chatta motors, he confirmed that some officials from Chatta Motors were called at CID headquarters in Kibuli and their statements were recorded.
“What I can confirm is that our colleagues were called at Kibuli and they went and put down their statements but I can not tell you what they stated because I was not there,” said Bashaija during a telephone interview.