Enanga however, was quick to add that what was done on that event was not intentional and it’s the reason why police has come out to apologizes to all those who were directly impacted by the teargas including the retired Bishop of catholic church, and the cultural leaders from Buganda Kingdom at large.
Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that the Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola has ordered the director in charge of private security guards and civilian firearms to immediately commence the training especially on how to manage the public and the use of firearms.
Police’s warning follows an incident on Saturday where the supporters of presidential hopeful also Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu better known as Bobi Wine, converged at the Bulange Mengo based CBS FM after the politician appearing on a radio talk show. They tried to march with him to his Kamwokya based office but police foiled the endeavor.
The motorcyclist identified as Hussein Walugembe, a guard at a construction site burnt himself in the office of Ibrahim Ssesanga, the officer in charge of traffic Police in Masaka, on Thursday, after failing to convince him to return his motorcycle.
Speaking at the Joint Security briefing at the Uganda Media Centre, Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of the Uganda Police said that if they remove these check points it would be hard to apprehend the Covid-19 regulations violators.
Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of the Uganda Police Force said that many of the drivers had not registered with the city authorities, before returning to the road. Others were abusing the route charts released by Kampala Capital City Authority and loaded more than the authorised number of passengers.
Fred Enanga the Uganda Police spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network-URN that it is a common practice for the public to employ any security guard they get without first establishing who they are and where they hail from.
Fred Enanga the spokes person of police while addressing the journalists at Media Center on weekly inter Agency Joint task force Media briefing said, they are receiving many calls as police of people seeking for clarification whether the stickers that were given to essential workers are still helpful.
“They are not the owners of the cargo therefore, it’s unfair for you to ask for Shs 300,000 just for parking in your place,” Enanga said. He called upon all the drivers to who are charged more than Shs 20,000 to report such ‘extortion,’ at the nearest police station so that action is taken.
Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson, his counterpart Frank Baine and Jacob Siminyu of Uganda Prisons Service and Ministry of Internal Affairs, respectively said, all the presidential decrees lifting certain sectors of the economy are all subject to the free distribution of masks by the government in two weeks.
Speaking on Monday at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala, Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of the Uganda Police Force said across the country they have recorded several cases where people have willingly stopped adhering to the presidential directives.
He said they made him to swear that he will never again oppose President Yoweri Museveni, his wife Mama Janet Museveni and his son, “The most honorable Muhozi Keinerugaba, Uganda’s next president. He was also asked to swear that he will never be heard saying again that, “that dog Bobi Wine is your next president?” Zaake writes.
Speaking to journalists at the daily security briefing at the Uganda Media Centre, Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson said that after the allowing of more people to open up businesses, they have seen an increase in traffic which calls for more scrutiny to know who is moving.
Speaking at the daily security briefing at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala, Frank Baine, the spokesperson of the Uganda Prisons Service said, despite the ban on all visits to prisons around the country as means to deter the spread of coronavirus among prisoners, Muslims observing the fasting month of Ramadhan need to be supported.
Speaking to the media today, Fred Enanga said they welcomed the directive of the president and whoever whose bicycle or motorcycle was impounded should go to the police station where it was impounded and sign for it.
Speaking at a daily press briefing at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala, Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of the police said the crackdown was necessitated by an increase in the number of vehicles on the road in some areas, causing even traffic jams.