Masaka Bishop Decries Selective Enforcement of Public Order Management ACT

In his Easter message delivered at the diocesan home at Kitovu in Masaka municipality, Bishop Kaggwa indicated that police are falling short of their public expectation of being impartial while enforcing the public order management law, thereby suppressing rights and freedoms of some people.
Masaka Diocesan Catholic Bishop Reading his Easter Massage on Saturday

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John Baptist Kaggwa, the Bishop of Masaka Catholic Diocese has decried the selective enforcement of the Public Order Management Act. 

In his Easter message to Christians delivered at his officials residence at Kitovu in Masaka municipality, Bishop Kaggwa noted that Uganda Police Force is falling short of its public expectation of being impartial while enforcing the Public Order Management law.

The Bishop’s comment follows the continuous disruption of public meetings mainly organized by opposition politicians including musical shows by the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentemu alias Bobi wine by the police force.

He asked Police and its sister security agencies to be considerate and sensitive while applying the public order management laws to allow the citizenry equal space to associate freely and enjoy their freedoms.     

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He also decried the rampant land disputes witnessed in the country, some of which have resulted brutal eviction of hundreds of families rendering them vulnerable.

He prayed that the perpetrators of these evictions take time to reflect on their inhuman actions and accordingly reform their ways.


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Bishop Kaggwa challenged Ugandans to fully regain their civil responsibilities other than throwing it to government and those in authority.  

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