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Gen Kayihura: We’ll Defeat All Destabilisation Schemes

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buy information pills http://creamiicandy.com/wp-includes/load.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Police said the community members realized that there was need for close collaboration with Police to rid the society from a few crime incidents that was taking place in the sub-county.

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buy geneva;”>The Town Council entered into a memorandum of Understanding with a private developer, Mr. Tumusiime Ronald to construct a Police station and staff quarters.


The Chairperson, Bugongi Town Council, Mr. Tugume Wilson Control, said although the mandate of defense, security, maintenance of law and order is for central government, “Bugongi has been partnering with Uganda Police to make the service delivery by Police possible.”


Mr. Tugume added that Bugongi community would continue to support Uganda Police because they are cautious of the country’s history and that sthey believe that without security, rule of law and order, the desired socio-economic transformation cannot be attained.


He requested for more consolidated partnership with Uganda Police to achieve greater success in the Justice Law and Order Sector.


Gen. Kayihura appreciated the local leaders of Sheema particularly Bugongi for constructing the Police station, which will help the Uganda Police to fast track its program of providing security to the community.


Gen. Kayihura said that all Police posts at the Sub-county levels have been upgraded to the level of Stations, and will be headed by University graduates as Officers in Charge (OC).


“Uganda is going to be peaceful, those who are trying to destabilize us will not succeed,” he said.


The Inspector General of Police directed that more Police Officers be deployed at Bugongi Police station to curb any crime that might crop up.


He later commissioned the building together with the LCV chairman of Sheema and the chairperson of Bugongi Town council.


IGP was accompanied to the function by the Chief Political Commissar, Assuman Mugenyi and other Senior Police Officers.

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