Retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police Willy Lugusa is dead

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A retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Willy Lugusa, is dead.

Willy Lugusa's death was announced by the National Police Service on Tuesday, June 21, 2022.

NPS eulogized him as a selfless and true embodiment of a professional police officer with a distinguished career in public service.

The agency said the deceased was admired by Junior and senior officers, both uniformed and civilian, as generous, cheerful, and friendly to those who had an opportunity to work with him.

"As an officer endowed with impeccable leadership skills and outstanding ingenuity, Mr. Willy Lugusa rose steadily from humble beginnings to the top echelons in the Police Service, becoming the Regional Police Commander of Nyanza," said the National Police Service.

Lugusa served the service in various capacities and left an indelible mark that will remain a source of inspiration and motivation for us.

"We convey our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, and relatives of Mr. Willy Lugusa during this difficult period of mourning," added the NPS.

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