UPDF has reminded Ugandans that the force does not ask people to pay any money to join because the recruitment process is always public and not done in the back door. People have been asked to report whoever will call or send messages asking for money for their relatives to be recruited.
The illegal fishing gear was impounded during various operations in Buliisa, Hoima, Kikuube, Kagadi and Ntoroko districts under the Command of Lt. Colonel Dick Kaija, the Commandant of the Fisheries Protection Unit.
Exactly after a month after the raid on his mobile money shop, Kalungi says that he is dissatisfied with the police’s fruitless hunt for his attackers. Kalungi also notes that some investigating officers told him to facilitate the investigations for his desired fruits.
John Lopus, another security informer told URN that he has escaped death twice at the hands of cattle rustlers simply because he is in touch with security personnel. Michael Longole, the Karamoja Region Police Spokesperson advised the GISOs to report any information they get regarding their safety to security officers.