African Police Chiefs’ summit opens in Uganda


A security meeting of African police chiefs has opened in Uganda.

Police chiefs from 13 African countries have convened for a two day meeting in Murchison falls National Park.

They are expected to discuss among other things; ways of curbing the increasing cybercrimes and the new emerging wave of violence and instability in North Africa Uganda inclusive.

The Director Interpol Assan Kasigye says the meeting is being held at  Paraa Safari Lodge in Murchison falls National Park and president Museveni and his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame are expected to present papers on the key subjects.

The 13 countries include Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Kenya Rwanda among others.