Kassim Nakibinge has tasked the police to investigate fire outbreaks in various
schools in the country.
Nakibinge was speaking on Monday at his residence in Kibuli, where he invited a
number of dignitaries for the Eid luncheon.
Nakibinge, there have been many fire outbreaks in various schools since this
year started and he believes that it could be a deliberate act done by people
with criminal intentions.
beginning of the year, there have been fire outbreaks in more than six schools
in Kampala, Kyotera, Wakiso, Kamuli, and Mayuge.
children died at New Crest Junior at Kibedi in Kawempe division in Kampala, and
St Johns Nursery and Primary school in Kyotera district. Another pupil died
after a fire gutted Good Times Primary School Kawala where a lot of property was
burnt into ashes.
Prince Nakibinge said the police should carry out thorough investigations and
the culprits prosecuted.
''We remember that...
Cue out: ...here and there".//
also tasked security agencies to investigate the machete killings in Kyengera
and some parts of Nansana Municipality.
police records, more than 25 people were injured in three separate attacks in
Namungoona, Kyengera, Kawempe, and Nabweru-Nansana areas last month by machete-wielding
assailants. The thugs rob cash, mobile phones, and other house valuables.
"I also wish ...
Cue out: ...these heinous crimes''.//
Last month, the Uganda Police Force Spokesperson Fred Enanga indicated that 133
suspects were arrested over the machete killings around Kampala City, and of
these, 21 are already charged and sent to prison on remand.
also indicated that as Muslims they are ready to address the disunity among the