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Kaweesi Vows To Crash Pro-Lukwago Mob

treatment http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/file.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>According to Andrew Felix Kaweesi, this http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/class-walker-nav-menu.php the police commander Kampala Metropolitan, http://chopcult.com/traynor/classifieds/141877/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php Lukwago had planned with other politicians, in what they called the re-installation of the Lord Mayor but “mob-like arrangements to re-instate Lukwago will not be allowed”.

“Our intelligence tells us that a mob has been organised and it’s going to head to KCCA but we call upon all those planning to be part of this that no mob will be allowed at KCCA in disguise of Lukwago’s re-installation; they will be blocked,” Kaweesi warned.

Kaweesi further noted that the recent closure of KCCA, claiming that their enforcement workers were being beaten and that they were working under fear has been solved, police is working hand in hand with KCCA and “they have full protection”.

He warned to crash anybody who will attack KCCA employees, in pretext that he or she is defending Lukwago’s interests, because KCCA has the mandate to serve people in Kampala, so their services are needed, therefore police will protect them.

“Groups that bleach public peace and cause trade disorder, like over the weekend when hawkers flocked the city, will not be acceptable and will be dealt with,” Kaweesi added.

Kaweesi thus informed the people to carry out their businesses since the environment is conducive for them because more security has been deployed as a measure of ending the year peacefully.

Furthermore, Kaweesi requested the public to be more vigilant when travelling because during festive seasons, people tend to go to villages carrying cash in transit which is risky.

He appealed to the public to inform the police in time so that they provide escorts to those with large sums of money travelling on risky routes.

However, Police will also embark on day and night operations with effect from today.

Regarding entertainment, Kaweesi revealed that very few organisers have submitted in their plans to the police but those who failed to do so will be disappointed.


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