Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, confirmed that joint security teams have been formed to ensure there is peace before, during and after presidential swearing in ceremony at Kololo Airstrip. Enanga said the team are part of the security masterplan that was drafted ahead of presidential elections held on January 14.
William Komakech, the Kitgum Resident District Commissioner told Uganda Radio Network-URN in an earlier interview that the suspects will be handed over to South Sudan authorities upon the completition of their investigations. According to Komakech, the handover of the suspects is a good gesture towards promoting peace among the two countries and people occupying the international boundaries.
Karenga District LC V Chairperson, Phillip Lochaale, says that they requested Lokori Sub County to identify and allocate land to the Uganda Police Force for the establishment of a police station in the area to boost security along the border.