Kaweesi first to die among 2001 police intake

Friday March 17 2017

Andrew Felix Kaweesi ( Third from left on front

Andrew Felix Kaweesi ( Third from left on front row) marches with colleagues while at University. Monitor Photo. 

By Joseph Kato

Police Director of Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) Grace Akullo says slain Police spokesperson, Andrew Felix Kaweesi is the first from the 2001 police intake class to die.

The 2001 intake has 70 men and 12 women, among Kaweesi’s fellow trainees is; Grace Akullo, former police spokesperson Fred Enanga, force’s pathologist and head of medical directorate, Dr Moses Byaruhanga, and MP Kasanda Constituency, Simeo Nsubuga among others.

The fallen Police Spokesperson Andrew Felix

The fallen Police Spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi(C) with his son and the commandant Non Commissioned Officers Academy(NCOA) Lt Col Saad Katemba (R) during a pass out last month at Gadaffi Barracks in Jinja District .PHOTO BY DENIS EDEMA

Kaweesi was born in 1974, he is survived with a wife (pregnant) and 4 children.

Kaweesi had completed his doctorate degree and was due to graduate soon. He planned to contest for parliament in 2021.

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