Suspected drug trafficker arrested in Kirehe

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On 15 August 2016 at 01:14
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Police in Kirehe District have arrested a man suspected of trafficking narcotic drugs into the country.
Emmanuel Bakanireba was apprehended on August 13 in Kabuga Cell of Musaza Sector. He was at the time of his arrest found in possession of 25 kilogrames of cannabis.
Supt. James Rutaremara, the District Police Commander of Kirehe, narrated that they were contacted by a resident in Kabuga, who informed police that he suspected one of the residents to be involved in unlawful business.
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Police in Kirehe District have arrested a man suspected of trafficking narcotic drugs into the country.

Emmanuel Bakanireba was apprehended on August 13 in Kabuga Cell of Musaza Sector. He was at the time of his arrest found in possession of 25 kilogrames of cannabis.

Supt. James Rutaremara, the District Police Commander of Kirehe, narrated that they were contacted by a resident in Kabuga, who informed police that he suspected one of the residents to be involved in unlawful business.

“At about 5am on Saturday, police officers were dispatched to go to his [Bakanireba] house and during the search, they recovered 25 kilogrammes of cannabis,” Supt. Rutaremara said.

The suspect is currently detained at Kirehe Police Station pending further investigations.

He thanked the resident who provided the lead information adding that information sharing will lead to arrest of drug dealers and ultimately break the supply chain.

Although Kirehe is labeled one of the major transit routes for drug traffickers especially cannabis, the DPC noted that through awareness, targeted operations, strengthening community policing, Irondo and routine checks and operations, main routes have been identified and many dealers arrested.

He appealed to the residents to keep the spirit of community policing and timely information sharing in particular, alive and be an eye for their neighbours.


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