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September 29, 2021
News Southern

Police Officers Move Into New Homes at Bomana Barracks

Following directives issued by NCD Central Commander Chief Superintendent, Sylvester Kalaut, this morning at Gordons Barracks, police officers are moving into the Bomana Barracks to claim their homes.

It was a sign of relief for those police officers who have been affected with the housing burden at Gordons Police Barracks.

Depsite heavy rainfall this afternoon, police officers with their families arrived at Bomana Barracks to claim their houses.

The home were constructed in 2014. However, they were left idle due to outstanding payments.

Following the incident at Gordons Barracks this morning police officers with their families have moved in to claim their houses. The houses were kit homes built by contractor Red Sea.

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