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To be Shrewd Without Appearing a Shrew by Pauline Maniraguha Bangirana

UGX60,000

Pauline Maniraguha Bangirana, one of the four surviving female police pioneers, shares tales of how it was mandatory for a policewoman to ask for permission to get married and how she was able to circumnavigate situations that came with being female police personnel.  From the very first cohort of 10 women to be recruited in Uganda Police Force, she shares her knowledge of the evolution of security services in Uganda from her own experience, including what has been going wrong with security and Police in particular since Independence, nearly six decades ago.

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Pauline Maniraguha Bangirana, one of the four surviving female police pioneers, shares tales of how it was mandatory for a policewoman to ask for permission to get married and how she was able to circumnavigate situations that came with being female police personnel.

Mrs. Pauline Maniraguha Bangirana, from the very first cohort of 10 women to be recruited in Uganda Police Force, shares her knowledge of the evolution of security services in Uganda from her own experience, including what has been going wrong with security and Police in particular since Independence, nearly six decades ago.

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