Crime & Investigation

Police: We Have Curbed Crime

viagra buy sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>“Riders are abiding by the new rules and directives that bar them from carrying two passengers and carrying heavy luggage in abide to fight the increased accidents in the country, what is ed ” Nganizi pointed out in an exclusive interview.

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He added: “We are very optimistic that the new boda boda regulations will be able to reduce the rate of accidents since the cyclists have finally expressed their support.”

Nganizi said the boda boda stage managers and chairmen have indeed expressed their readiness to fight the vice and reduce accidents that have been on the rise.

“I’m glad the different stage managers approached my office and promised to cooperate with the new regulations and to fight whoever tries to breach the rules within them,” Nganizi added.

On the other hand, the DPC has revealed that there has been a reduction in the rate of crime committed within the region due to the constant operations that the police have launched time and again.

“We are as for now only experiencing the normal petty crimes that have existed in the normal world since time immemorial.”

“These include; theft, pick pocketing, snatching of bags and valuables, fighting and many others which as the police are very determined to bring them to zero.”

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander, Andrew Felix Kaweesi, recently issued a standing warning that possible arrest and a fine of Shs 200, 000 await any boda boda rider found carrying more than one passenger or overloading a motorcycle with heavy luggage.

Kaweesi noted that the move is aimed at returning sanity within the country grappling with a high rate of boda boda accidents, said any passengers who accept to be carried on a boda boda will be prosecuted.


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