approved http://crossesbymyhand.com/components/com_k2/views/comments/view.html.php geneva; font-size: small;”> While addressing journalists in Kampala, dosage http://chopcult.com/insert/classifieds/include/js/images/secure.php the party president Abed Bwanika noted that it’s difficult to curb terrorism in the country without National IDs to identify people.
“It is only in Uganda where people come and stay without documentation. It is therefore important that we speed up the process of National Identification if we are to improve on our fight against terrorism,” Bwanika advised.
Bwanika added that there are many groups of people that have entered the country and are not registered which is a security threat.
The PDP president also called upon the East African Community Heads of State to borrow a leaf from America and also think of engaging terrorists in dialogue alongside fighting them by picking up arms.
Bwanika added that all the terrorist groups that Americans have engaged in battle have also been engaged in dialogue to help solve the matters at hand.
The PDP President therefore called upon the president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta to fully invest in the security of his country to help fight terrorism
This comes in few days after the three day siege by the Kenyan Defence Forces on Westgate Mall in Nairobi after being attacked by suspected Al Shabaab insurgents and led to the death of 67 civilians while hundreds sustained injuries.