The Independent Policing Oversight Authority has accused Kayole OCPD Ali Nuno of detaining one of their officers who was investigating him over misconduct claims.
The authority has protested and accused Nuno of detaining their investigator Humphrey Kaunya and later framed him with charges of causing disturbance.
CEO Joel Mabonga said Nuno assaulted Kaunya and threatened him with a gun in the Monday afternoon drama before he was locked up in cells.
Kaunya was in company of another officer from IPOA and had gone to the station to serve Nuno with summonses over four accusations that they are investigating against him.
Nuno has apparently ignored two other invitations by the authority over the same matter. “After reading the summoning letter, he declined to receive it and orders the IPOA officers to get out of his office.
The IPOA officers then left the summons on the officer’s table and while proceeding to leave, the OCPD pursued and grabbed one of the IPOA officers.”
“He assaulted him and threatened him with his official firearm. The OCPD caused him to be detained in police cells,” said Mabonga in a statement.