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Enanga’s Emotional Farewell as He Leaves Role as Police Spokesperson



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In a heartfelt and poignant speech, former Police Spokesperson SCP Fred Enanga bid farewell to his position, reflecting on his five-year tenure and sharing his excitement for his new role as Deputy Director at Interpol. The speech, delivered with a mix of gratitude and pride, highlighted Enanga’s dedication to national duty and his profound respect for his colleagues and the community.


As Enanga transitions to his new role, he is replaced by ACP Rusoke Kituuma, who previously served as a member of the Police Council since 2023. Enanga’s speech, delivered on July 1st, was filled with expressions of gratitude towards his colleagues and the support he received during his tenure.

“Today, I come before you to bid farewell from the position of Uganda Police Spokesperson, which I have held for the last five years. I am filled with a profound sense of gratitude, pride, and humanity,” Enanga began, setting the tone for an emotional farewell.

He expressed his excitement for his new role, stating, “I am leaving the position as I came: grateful, excited, and with a strong sense of national duty. As you are all aware, I am heading to the Directorate of Interpol and International Relations as a Deputy Director.”

Enanga reflected on the honor of serving as the Police Spokesperson and thanked the Almighty for His guidance. He also expressed his gratitude to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the Police Leadership for their support and trust.

“I have nothing but gratitude and look forward to your continuous guidance and support,” he said, emphasizing the importance of teamwork and mutual respect.

He extended his thanks to the territorial commanders, acknowledging their commitment to protecting communities and upholding the values of integrity, professionalism, and compassion. “Your collective efforts and support towards the office of the PRO continue to make a positive impact on the safety and well-being of our citizens,” he said.

Enanga congratulated his successor, ACP Rusoke Kituuma, and offered words of encouragement. “You are a fire brain and performer, keep doing what you are doing,” he said, while also reminding him of the immense responsibility ahead.

“Always act with integrity and treat every member of the public with respect and compassion,” Enanga advised.

He expressed heartfelt gratitude to the officers and staff of the Press and Public Relations department for their support, trust, and loyalty. “Your resilience and dedication to the mission of Press and Public Relations made it an honor to lead and serve alongside you,” Enanga said.

Enanga praised journalists and government communicators for their commitment and hard work. “We have addressed many concerns on crime, safety, and security. We have learned from each other beginning in 2007 as CID Liaison Officer, then from 2014 to 2016 as the Police Spokesperson, and again from 2019 to June 2024,” he reflected.

Enanga thanked the public for their insights, criticisms, and feedback, urging them to remain committed to working with the police in addressing crime and safety concerns.

He concluded his speech with a touching tribute to his family. “To my family, wife, children, siblings, parents, relatives, and friends, I am forever indebted to you. Your understanding, patience, and encouragement have been the bedrock of my success,” Enanga said, his voice filled with emotion.

“As I conclude, I am filled with pride and gratitude for the opportunity to have served you all as the Police Spokesperson. I will always cherish the memories, friendship, and bonds we have formed,” Enanga said, bringing his speech to a close.

He leaves behind a legacy of dedication, integrity, and professionalism, setting a high standard for his successor and inspiring all who had the privilege of working with him.

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