Police boss Gen Kale Kayihura has intensified the investigation into the murder of Deputy Director of Public Prosecution, sick http://dakarlives.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php Joan Kagezi, Chimp Corps report.
Since Kagezi’s killing on March 30 by gunmen in Kiwatule Kampala, Gen Kayihura has visited the area almost on a daily basis to weave a tight security net to deal with the increased cases of criminality.
On Thursday, Kayihura visited Najjera police station where he briefed senior police officers on expediting the implementation of “crime prevention system” stretching from Kiwatule through Najjera to Kasangati.
Kayihura said, “Instead of being reactive, let’s allocate more resources and time to crime prevention. Talk to wanainchi. What new things have they seen? Which new people are coming into the area?”
The Police boss said if there was a crime prevention chain in Kiwatule, “Kagezi’s killers who sped off on a boda boda, would have been identified.”
He noted: “These people used a motorcycle whose number plate was not spotted by the public. Your people in this area are not security conscious. Someone shoots and runs from Kiwatule through Najjera and no one cares to intercept them or identify them?”
Kayihura also urged police to intensify patrols and put crime preventers in all alleys in the area.
“If you want to stop crime, you must work with the people because you are not everywhere. Talk to them. Listen to them. Don’t just walk through the streets carrying guns. Security is the people,” he advised as area police commanders kept saluting him.
He said there is need for intelligence desks at all the police stations to allow people inform police about criminals in their respective places of abode.
Kagezi’s murder shook the nation, with the army, police and intelligence organs joining the hunt for the suspects.
Over 15 suspects have so far been held in the Kagezi shooting probe
Express FC hosts Sadolin Paints FC on Friday.
The Red Eagles are placed on the eighth position with 28 points while their visitors (10) are only three points adrift.
Both teams have been at the fore of controversies following their fans unruly behaviour that has caused abandonment of several games this season.
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Express hope to forget the recent in-house financial woes that saw players threaten to boycott games.
The painters go into the match well prepared for the battle after losing the first leg by a solitary goal.
“We have done our homework well, first time they overpowered us in the mid but now we know what to do,” said Sadolin coach Msafiri.
“There are two changes I expect tomorrow; the captain is out and Nasser may start,” he added
There are no major concerns for Express; however the painters will miss their Captain Allan Oryeki who is out for 4 weeks while Ronald Lukungu will be replaced by Nassar Nsubuga in the first eleven.
Sadolin Starting XI; Muhamammed Didi (Gk), Joseph Ssemwogerere, Junior Mukisa, Yasser Waibi, Paul Kisige ,Daniel Ekuyu, Peter Katumba, Nassar Nsubuga, Suudi Kayemba, Anthony Baize , Fred Ssegujja,