Former IGP Kale Kayihura vacates Muyenga House

The House in Muyenga Gen.Kayihura has been occupying for some times.File Photo.

Former Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has left the once heavily-guarded house in Muyenga, Kampala, where he lived with his family.
Gen Kayihura stayed at the storied house for 13 years while serving as police chief.
The posh residence is located near Hotel International, Muyenga. It is understood police spent Shs 8m per month on rent for the house.

Kayihura was last year sacked from his position of IGP before being replaced with his junior Okoth Ochola. A family member on Friday morning told The African News Journal that Kayihura recently left the Muyenga house.
“Gen Kale left the house on his own accord,” said a family member who preferred anonymity so as to speak freely.
“While it is true police was renting the house for him, the property is not owned by the law enforcement body. Therefore they could not ask him to leave if he wanted to continue renting it as an individual.”
Kayihura’s family is now occupying another house in a Kampala suburb.
The former presidential military assistant spends the better part of his time at his farm in Kashagama, Lyantonde District.

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