Police have started the investigation of the death of Assistant Superintendent of Police Gloria Nakiboneka who was found dead at her home in Kitebi.
Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson Patrick Onyango says that the body of the body of the deceased has been taken for post-mortem.
However, according to the deceased’s colleagues, Asp Gloria has been battling with the pandemic for close to two weeks at her home in Kabalagala.
“Our colleague has been battling with Covid 19 for close to two weeks but it has taken her bambi,” says a close colleague to the deceased.
The colleague added that Asp Gloria gave birth six months ago and she had normalized and was about to resume office before Covid 19 got her.
“Her maternity leave had ended and she was telling us how she would resume office soon but when she got Covid 19, she told us that she would come after healing but unfortunately she has gone before she could come back to the office, “narrates another colleague who asked not to be named
ASP Nakiboneka Gloria who has been manning the child and family protection department at kabalagala police joined Police in 2014 was born on 01/09/1986 to Ben Musisi, a Prison Officer, and Beatrice Baguma.
Spy reports could not independently verify these reports from the colleagues.
She went to St. Kizito Primary School, then Bukandula College Gombe for her ‘O’ level education and Luzira Lakeside College for ‘A’ level education before joining Makerere University where she graduated with a degree.
She worked at various police stations including Bududa, Mpigi, and Kabalagala.
According to Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango, the entire Uganda Police Force has lost a dedicated, disciplined, and hardworking officer.