AIGP Kaweesi was killed by unknown gunmen who ambushed him near his home while in the company of his body guard and driver who died together with him.IGP Kayihura said: "We took a decision as the police supported by the church that we shouldn't mourn Kaweesi but celebrate him"
He went on: "I have no doubt that AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi is in heaven. Where else would such a human being be?"IGP Kayihura narrated: "Kaweesi was a very pleasant person to work. I can't think of any initiative to improve police that he wasn't part of."
The police chief recalled: "Kaweesi commanded the CHOGM parade as the queen of England was received at Parliament and she was impressed."IGP Kayihura said: "The late Kaweesi was recruited in 2001 as a young cadet. I started supervising him in 2005."
He then hailed: "Generals never die but they only fade away. In the same spirit, Kaweesi didn't die but he's only fallen."