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Another ministry of Internal Affairs official dies on plane

Another official from the ministry of Internal Affairs has died on plane. 

The coordinator of the national focal department on small arms and light weapons department in the Internal Affairs ministry, Commissioner of Police Okello Makmot becomes the second official from the same ministry and third official to pass on aboard a plane in a period of four years. 

In September 2015, then Internal Affairs minister, Gen Aronda Nyakairima also died on an Emirates plane enroute to Uganda from South Korea.

A year later in September 2016, another official, Ambassador Najuna Njuneki, who was in charge of Special Duties at ministry of Foreign Affairs also passed on aboard a plane in London on his return journey from a conference in Sweden. 

RIP: Commissioner of Police Okello Makmot

Makmot breathed his last aboard an Emirates flight yesterday afternoon while in transit to Dubai on his way to Uganda from the USA where he had been for training on small arms proliferation.

Deputy police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango confirmed the death of Makmot but declined to divulge more information, saying they were yet to get details.

A reliable source told URN on condition of anonymity that Makmot's body was dropped off in Dubai where the plane made a stopover following his collapse.

A police officer attached to police headquarters revealed that the police management was still contemplating how to release the news about the death to the public. 

The Internal Affairs has officially communicated Makmot's death to the Inspector General of Police, Martin Okoth Ochola.
 
"We have received communication from our ministry of Foreign Affairs originating from the Ugandan Embassy in Abu Dhabi that the above named officer died while in transit from New York, USA to Uganda via Dubai…," reads the letter signed by Aggrey Winy on behalf of the Internal Affairs ministry, permanent secretary.

Adding that, "We have been requested to inform the relatives of the deceased and make arrangements for the body to be repatriated to Uganda."

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-2 #1 Skeptoid 2018-07-12 12:32
So working for ministry of home affairs means dying on planes?
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0 #2 Lakwena 2018-07-12 12:55
In other Words, Dubai is a Deadly Omen transit route for Uganda's Ministry of Internal Affairs officials (top-brasses).

May Okello MM's soul arrive and RIP.
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+4 #3 Empayippayi 2018-07-12 14:03
Quoting Skeptoid:
So working for ministry of home affairs means dying on planes?

At least they are not hacked to death with machetes in their sleep.
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-2 #4 WADADA rogers 2018-07-12 19:11
I an now developing desire to go to heaven, Am told there is a camera in heaven that shows all the sins that have been committed in public and in hiding, I would like to see that video showing the killers and the type of poison they are using and who supplies it
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+2 #5 gwok 2018-07-13 00:55
Quoting Lakwena:
In other Words, Dubai is a Deadly Omen transit route for Uganda's Ministry of Internal Affairs officials (top-brasses).

May Okello MM's soul arrive and RIP.


If poisoned, then one of his Ugandan colleagues who was on that plane is a "mato put" specialist.

It is possible to obtain a list of Ugandan passengers on that plane on that day.

The specialist must have accompanied that man on that trip and by deduction, the same person could have also been on the previous trips during which the other two died.
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0 #6 mickiebans 2018-07-13 11:45
sort of a nerve agent?
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0 #7 Lakwena 2018-07-13 15:19
Quoting gwok:
Quoting Lakwena:
In other Words, Dubai is a Deadly Omen transit route for Uganda's Ministry of Internal Affairs officials (top-brasses).

May Okello MM's soul arrive and RIP.


If poisoned, then one of his Ugandan colleagues who was on that plane is a "mato put" specialist.

It is possible to obtain a list of Ugandan passengers on that plane on that day.

The specialist must have accompanied that man on that trip and by deduction, the same person could have also been on the previous trips during which the other two died.


Gwok, I still need my ribs!

But the Oput specialists (biochemists) are Pacifists not nugulists, hence don't dispense overdose to bump off the adversaries.
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0 #8 gwok 2018-07-15 01:54
Quoting Lakwena:
Quoting gwok:
Quoting Lakwena:
In other Words, Dubai is a Deadly Omen transit route for Uganda's Ministry of Internal Affairs officials (top-brasses).....
....The specialist must have accompanied that man....


Gwok, I still need my ribs!

But the Oput specialists (biochemists) are Pacifists not nugulists, hence don't dispense overdose to bump off the adversaries.


I accept your clarification. I am no expert on that issue. All I know is that "mato put" was the suggested trial method that the Acholi wanted the government to put Kony through.

Of course, they have yet to get get Kony. In the meanwhile, what should the Oput be doing?
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