Speaking to the media during the daily Joint Security briefing at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala, Fred Enanga, the Police spokesperson said they had received actionable intelligence that boda boda riders joined by taxi drivers and other persons whose businesses are yet to be opened were planning to riot.
Speaking on Thursday at the Uganda Media Centre during the daily security briefing, Brig. Richard Karemire, the UPDF spokesperson called upon all those who have been allowed to resume operations to prepare to have the right masks in order not to be inconvenienced by security personnel at roadblocks.
Speaking to scribes at the Uganda Media Centre today, Richard, Karemire, the spokesperson of the UPDF and the ministry of Defense said, even as the country is focusing on the danger that coronavirus is both in Uganda and elsewhere the army is deployed, they have not lost focus of their other traditional roles.
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.
The Uganda People’s Defense Forces [UPDF] to hold its 39th Terehe sita celebration in the Luwero triangle, the epicenter of the five year liberation struggle that catapulted the NRM government in power in 1986.
A source at court told URN on condition of anonymity that Kyambadde who was dressed in a white Tunic hurriedly removed it and wore a black jacket he found in Mubiru’s vehicle that was taking them home shortly after their release.
Now, the Army Spokesperson, Brigadier Richard Karemire, says the suspects were picked up by Joint Security Forces and are locked up at a gazetted facility on allegations that they are peace violators. “Our people deserve peace and security forces will do whatever they can within the laws established to ensure that,” said Karemire.
The Inspector General of Police, Martin Okoth Ochola communicated the appointment of the military officers in his communication on July 2, 2019. However, in suit against the Attorney General, Mabirizi wants court to declare the appointment of the army officers into Uganda police force illegal and procedurally improper.
John Akongere, one of the affected people, says they are struggling to recover their land. He explains that in 2014, the army burnt their houses on grounds that they were housing rebels. He says that it was until a year later that NFA confirmed that it had evicted them from the contested land.
The SFC Spokesperson, Major Jimmy Omara and Defense Ministry Spokesperson, Brigadier Richard Karemire dismiss claims that Bajjo was kidnapped by security operatives under their respective units. “I am not aware,” Brig Karemire simply replied to Uganda Radio Network (URN) via a telephone call.erson, Major Jimmy Omara and UPDF mouthpiece Brigadier Richard Karemire all dismissed claims that Bajjo was kidnapped by security operatives under their respective unit