The police disciplinary committee has dropped four charges against the embattled former Buyende District Police Commander, sources involved in the decision have informed this website.
Assistant Superintended of Police Mohammad Kirumira was acquitted of charges including extortion, abuse of office, bribery and unlawful use of authority.
The former police boss was also found guilty of four cases; prominent among them was parading flying squad operatives to the press and declaring them as thieves.
Prior to the court ruling on Thursday morning, the former police boss told journalists that he will be leaving the force as soon as the court process is done.
“Am not changing my decision on resigning, I have reasons to go,” he said.
ASP Muhammad Kirumira was early this year arrested from his home in Bulenga and detained in Nalufenya police facility in Jinja.
He was slapped with various charges of which amongst them the ruling was passed on Thursday.
He has since been on police bail.
By the time of publishing this story, court had not pronounced it’s self on the punitive action against him for the cases he was convicted.