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How police tracked down a wanted man.

In a joint operation, Ugandan and Kenyan law enforcement agencies (Interpol Police) successfully tracked down and arrested Mathew Kirabo, a fugitive convicted of the 2015 murder of his girlfriend, Desire Mirembe.
Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson, made this announcement at the police headquarters in Naguru, Kampala, revealing that Kirabo was arrested in Kenya on September 12.
Kirabo’s conviction in absentia took place on May 30, 2022, at the Mukono High Court, presided over by Judge Henry Kaweesa. Court assessors had recommended a guilty verdict, and the judge intended to deliver the sentence once Kirabo was in custody.
“We wish to inform the public that a fugitive, Mathew Kirabo, wanted by the Mukono High Court and on the run for several years, was arrested by Interpol Kenya, who successfully identified him following a Red Notice from Interpol Uganda,” stated Enanga.
He further confirmed that the fugitive would be transferred to Interpol Uganda and subsequently handed over to the Mukono High Court.

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