Assistant Inspector General of Police Julius Sharita’s body flown back to Uganda

Assistant Inspector General of  Police Julius Sharita’s body flown  back to Uganda
Assistant Inspector General of  Police Julius Sharita's Body Casket At Entebbe Airport.
Assistant Inspector General of Police Julius Sharita’s Body Casket At Entebbe Airport.

The  body  of   the   late  Assistant Inspector General of  Police Julius Sharita was  on  Thursday 19th flown back  into  the  uganda from New york.

The  body  arrived  at Entebbe  International Airport  at Midday   aboard  the  Emirates plane and  was  received  by Uganda  Police bosses including AIGP Andrew  Sorowen and AIGP Polly Namanya.

Family members and Relatives Arriving At Entebbe International Airport.
Family members and Relatives Arriving At Entebbe International Airport.

The Uganda  Police  attaché  to New York  died  on  Friday last week  after  battling with cancer and pneumonia. The senior  high ranking officer  served  in various capacities  before  his  posting  to  New York.

He  was  Director  Special Duties, Commissioner of  Police in Charge CID Administration and in charge CID in several districts.

AIGP  Julius Sharita.
AIGP Julius Sharita.
Police Boss, Andrew Sorowen consoling a family relative at Entebbe Airport.
Police Boss, Andrew Sorowen consoling a family relative at Entebbe Airport.

He  was  born  in Mitooma District, Western Uganda and  at the  time of  his death, he had  served  the  Uganda police force  for 28 years.

He has left   a  widow  and  six kids  including Sandra Azora, Justus Ashaba, Geofrey Asiimwe , Sandra  Muteesi, Brenda Ahebwa and   Brian Sharita. The deceased  will  be buried on Saturday  at  Kyankukwe village in Mitooma district.

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