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Police Reassures Public on Wednesday Elections

Voting lines in last week's election

Uganda police have encouraged citizens to actively partake in tomorrow Wednesday’s local government elections and all the remaining one, sildenafil http://colombiareports.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network-query.php promising that the process will be entirely peaceful.

Ugandans will tomorrow be voting to elect the Lord Mayor for Kampala, http://cfsk.org/wp-includes/ms-functions.php District L.C 5 Chairpersons, Directly Elected Councilors and Women Councilors.

In a Tuesday afternoon statement, deputy police spokesperson Polly Namaye revealed that Area Police commanders have been mandated to work closely with the candidates and their supporters to ensure security at the polling stations and during tallying.

Police has been hailed by some people including foreign election observers for ensuring a much required level of serenity during last week’s presidential elections.

Col Dr Kizza Besigye of the Forum for Democratic Change, who police says harbors plans to disrupt peace after the elections, remains under lockdown and 24 police monitoring.

“The Uganda Police Force will continue to closely work with the populace in order to sustain a secure and peaceful environment where Citizens and Business people can conduct their normal activities,” said Namaye.

During this election period, according to the police mouthpiece, school programs will run normally.

“All Ugandans as per the Constitution Cap 3 (xvii) must promote responsible parenthood in ensuring that children of school going age report to schools safely.”

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