Police officers are security personnel who are mandated to provide security and order to the people in their area of jurisdiction as guided by certain law.
In the recent time, some of the same police officers have turned wild killing and injuring the same people whom they are supposed to guard.
In Uganda, a CCTV camera footage video has immerged of a police of the rank constable shooting and killing a two people.
According to the source, the constable police officer identified as Ivan Wabwire is seen allegedly shooting a Banker and a staff inside a money rendering room after the banker told him he had an outstanding balance of UGSH 2.1 million.
After shooting, the Officer then comes back and takes away his papers of the application.
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