Luke Owoyesigirye the Kampala Metropolitan Deputy spokesman says that during the 42 days lockdown, vehicles were excused because several roadblocks that were mounted in different parts of the city would cause delays.
According to the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigirye, the police released the vehicles after cautioning the drivers. He also says that police established that the impounded vehicles belonged to essential workers, but the drivers lacked proper identification.
The now threatened say they also get people who confront them one on one, asking them to coordinate with the alleged security organs that abducted their relatives to have them set free or else their lives may also not survive. They have now reported a case of threatening at Nama police station under reference number, SD/04/22/01/2021.
Richard Seruggo, one of the passers-by who felt the wrath of teargas, says he was minding his business when he saw a police van throwing teargas. He says there was no chaos in the area and many people were going about their normal businesses.
Nganizi says that he contracted Kintu based on her professionalism, exposure and experience after she seemed to acknowledge and understand that Nganizi, the then Kampala Metropolitan North Regional Police Commander had invited high profile guests from near and abroad to be part of the celebration.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said overt and covert security personnel plus a standby team with specialist in encountering various security situations, are more than prepared to ensure the visitors enjoy their week-long stay in the country.