Amazingly, former Koboko District Police Commander (DPC) Samuel Abwang allegedly underwent a gender transition and is now considered an accomplished woman.
Details surrounding the transition, and his travels from Uganda to Canada, have been shrouded in mystery, confounding the security community.
According to sources within the police who did not want to be named, Abwan’s lifestyle during his stay at Koboko caused dissatisfaction among his colleagues.
Rather than living in a typical police uniform port, Abwan is known to live in hotels and live a lavish lifestyle that seems inconsistent with his official income.
“In Koboko, all officers live in police-provided accommodation, mostly at a single airport. But Afande Sam is known to have been staying in a hotel when he was deployed to West Nile,” one Insiders revealed.
While stationed at West Nile, Abwan made frequent trips to Kampala, where he would indulge in lavish outings and pay for his companions.
Such a lifestyle may seem out of reach for someone earning just £800,000 a year, just enough to pay for fuel and other costs between West Nile and Kampala.
Abwan’s sudden disappearance aroused suspicion among colleagues, with one source revealing, “He disappeared and we haven’t seen him again until now;” That was two months ago. “
It is understood that Abwan was detained in the Makinye military camp, but was never brought to a civil or military court for trial.
His arrest remains a closely guarded secret within security circles. To the authorities’ surprise, Abwan managed to escape military detention and is now living in Canada.
Another source, who did not want to be named, added: “They later learned that he fled to Canada and is currently residing there.” The country of this relationship seeks asylum.
Curiously, a source who also chose to remain anonymous recounted a disturbing incident involving Abuwan attempting to sodomize him after sharing a room with him after an event at the Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala .
As the mystery surrounding Samuel Abwan deepens, questions remain about his gender transition and the circumstances of his escape to Canada, leaving many in Uganda confused and intrigued by his story.
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