Uganda Police Mourns Death Of Youthful ASP Daniel Mugisha

Uganda Police Force is mourning the passing of their own, ASP Daniel Mugisha 34 years who succumbed to diabetes on Sunday December 1, 2019.

Daniel Mugisha who hails from Rukungiri District was born on 28th August 1985 to the late Rwakiseta Charles a man that served Uganda Police Force wholeheartedly and convinced his son to join it.

Daniel attended Kitunga boarding primary School and Kitunga High School Muntuyera for O’Level. He then joined East High School for his Advanced level and joined Makerere University where he did a Degree in Information and Technology (IT).

A soft spoken man, loving and always proud of his family roots of Kichwamba Mabanga Kebisoni, Daniel surely fitted in his Dad’s footsteps of bringing everyone together in the family.

He was an a strong supporter of Rugby in Uganda a game he even donated to his resources.

He was an easy man by all measures, principled and generous.

His siblings include; Vivian, Bahati, Oscar and Mariam.

He is also known for a song titled “Till we meet again”.

He is set to be laid to rest in Wednesday in Rukungiri.

Hundreds took to Facebook to send their condolences. Winnie Keza said: “I met him at my brother’s wedding but he was such a down to earth and very calm guy, may God strengthen the family and may his soul rest in eternal peace.”

Vetro UG said: “What killed him at such a tender age? Let God be the Judge. R.I.P, is all we can say to a fellow human being who has lost a dear life.”

Onesmus Philip said: “Rest in peace my cousin brother, forever you will be remembered in our family. You were such a great person with great sense of humor and served our country with pride. You REST IN ETERNITY my brother. Will miss you forever till we meet again. RIP one again.”

He joined Uganda Police in 2010 and served Uganda police in different capacities including being OC for Mukono Katosi, Nagalama, Kisasi and joined Police Standards Unit (PSU) where he has been working at the time of his death.

He died at the rank of Assistant Superintendent.

May He Rest In Peace

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