Crime & Investigation

ADF Threat: Kasese Urged On Vigiliance


dosage geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While addressing students at Bwera Primary Teachers College in Bwera Mpondwe town council on Tuesday, Ojuka called upon the students to be vigilant and report any suspicious face that they may come across ion the area.

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“The security needs a joint venture and everyone in this area can contribute to fighting against terrorism by reporting r identifying suspicious people,” Ojuka remarked.

Ojuka also clarified that some terrorists are threatening to target Uganda using different border entry points, the Mpondwe border in Kasese being one of the most suitable places for such a move.

“But we (the district security) are ready to deal with such elements,” he pledged.

President Yoweri Museveni has in recent months linked the ADF to the Al Qaeda-sponsored Al Shabaab extremists that killed scores in Kampala in 2010.

The ADF maintain bases in the densely forested areas of Ituri in DRC and have for several years been training in guerrilla warfare to invade Uganda.

Speaking at the same event, the Resident District Commissioner Kasese district, Milton Odongo, asked the students to promote Patriotism Club with a message of a corrupt-free and better Uganda.

Odongo, who was making his routine inspection of government programs, explained that the government of Uganda is now committed to education as a tool of development and improving road network for good transportation, something he said clarifies government efforts.

Present during this inspection were other government officials including the district Internal Officer Fred Ojuka, and the Public Relation Officer, only identified as Otim, among others.

The College Principal, Patrick Okello, exposed the inspection team to a newly constructed girl’s dormitory block and a staff quarter that was built at a cost of Shs 550m which he said was a direct funding from the government.


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