The box-to-box midfielder was unveiled on Tuesday after agreeing to pen a two-year contract to become the first signing for the club in this window.
Tony Mawejje has been without a club since leaving Al-Arabi SC in Kuwait last year.
Asan Kasingye praises Tony Mawejje
After securing Tony Mawejje’s signature, Police chairman Asan Kasingye praises Tony Mawejje claiming that he will help them win trophies.
“We no longer just want to compete, we need to win trophies. We are former champions and its time to think big,” Asan Kasingye said before adding.
“Football is a big enterprise in the world that doesn’t entertain mediocrity. We need to do the right thing like other clubs.”
“He brings a lot of experience, discipline, and a sign of commitment to the club.
“I also thank Tony for choosing us as he would have gone to other clubs!”
“He was at his prime but he chose Police and he plays with one heart. I take this opportunity to welcome you back to the family,” he added.
Tony Mawejje happy to resign for Police FC
The midfielder said that he is happy to rejoin Police FC the team he played for in 2006 during his early days.
“I’m so happy to be back at Police, the team which I played for in 2006 when we won Cecafa.”
I’m happy to reunite with my family as I have so much history and great memories here.”
“I am looking forward to rekindling those memories,” Tony Mawejje said.
The 33-year-old midfielder is an experienced player having played for more than 10 clubs in his career spanning over a decade.
He started playing football in 2004 at Kampala City Council FC FC, until 2005 before he joined Police Jinja.