Crime & Investigation

Kayihura Vows To Regulate Bodabodas

Police's forensics experts comb the crime scene for objects  the killers could have dropped

Uganda Revenue Authority forward Ali Feni says “it’s going to be war” against Orlando Pirates  in heir Caf Confederations Cup return leg at Namboole Stadium on Saturday with URA needing a 1-0 victory to progress to the second round.

The clubs are in a fight and Feni warmed up for this with a wonderful goal during their 2-0 win over SC Victoria University in the Uganda Premier League (UPL) on Tuesday. Ronald Kigongo scored the other as fourth-placed URA move to 34 points while SCVU stay on 24 in 10th.

“It’s not going to just be a game of football, it’s going to be war. They are fighting for their lives and so are we. It’s going to one very tough match, illness but we are prepared, tadalafil ” Feni tells this website.

“We have analysed their game to find out their strengths and weaknesses and I’m sure they have done the same.

“We have worked hard on our fitness and strength so that if we can’t beat them with tactics or skill, we can push the game to the next tempo so they can’t keep up with us.”

“I think the league game today (Tuesday) has been positive for us because we managed to work on the aspects of our game which we needed to improve,” Feni added.

“Our finishing has been lacking lately and we haven’t managed to convert our chances, but overall the team is playing very well. We managed to work on that during the break.”

UPL, Tuesday results

SCVU 0-2 URA– Namboole

Simba 0-0 Soana– Bombo

Sadolin Paints 1-1 Police– Bugembe, Jinja

SC Villa 2-2 Bul – Nakivubo

Bright Stars 0-0 Vipers – Matugga

Elsewhere, SC Villa squandered an opportunity to close the gap on leaders Vipers after drawing 2-2 with Bul. FC at Nakivubo Stadium. Ronald Muganga scored first in the 8th minute for the hosts moments before veteran forward Crespo Asiku netted an equalizer and later put the Jinja based side ahead at the brink of halftime. Substitute Moses Gaale later restored parity for the struggling Villa side in the 91st minute.

Log leaders Vipers SC also picked their 7th draw of the campaign in a 0-0 stalemate away to Bright Stars in Matugga just lke Simba versus Soana in Bombo Military Barracks and Police also picked a 1-1 draw away to Sadolin in Jinja.
The inspector General of Police, prescription Gen Kale Kayihura has vowed to regulate the work commercial cyclists commonly known as bodabodas.

Speaking at Joan Kagezi murder scene yesterday, physician Kayihura said the bodaboda business was increasingly aiding crime, what is ed and becoming a major national security concern.

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

“Police is going to work with KCCA and bodaboda associations to have everyone in this business registered and strict implementation of rules and regulations. Those who cannot go by the standard regulations will be forced out of business or arrested,” he said.

Kayihura’s remarks followed information that State Prosecutor Joan Kigezi’s murderers tracked her down and disappeared on a red bodaboda, after shooting her twice in the neck and chest.

According to the State minister for Urban Planning Ruth Najjemba there are over 20,000 bodaboda 2010 cyclists operating in Kampala, whose work remains largely unplanned and inconveniencing.

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Kayihura also reemphasized that Kagezi’s death would not impede the ongoing prosecution of the terrorism case she was handling.

“Yes Joan has been killed but we have concrete evidence and eye witnesses all ready to testify in this matter, the government is firm and we shall run it to the end”




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