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Police Sensitizes Nursery Pupils on Security

Alpha Nursery School kids in the Police Command Center at Naguru Headquarters

Fufa president, more about http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/js/tinymce/wp-tinymce.php Eng. Moses Magogo has come out with a blazing assault on government and the minds behind Uganda National Netball, pilule http://daisho.ca/wp-includes/comment.php the She Cranes’ ‘Carwash fundraising drive’.

“We cannot sink lower. National Netball Team going to the World Cup and players washing Cars to get preparation money! In my view we rather not present the team to the World Cup than humiliate ourselves to this level. Both Government and whoever came up with this idea should think again, ” a furious Magogo ranted on one of his social media sites.

The president wonders why the sportsmen in the country are undermined even when they sacrifice for the nation.

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“Why is it Sports and particularly national teams and athletes that are representing our dear motherland always marginalized in resource allocation when mere individuals are treated in Billions on Tax payer money? Hundreds of Billions of the taxpayers’ money is stolen by individual’s every day.”

Magogo further requested president Museveni to intervene: “Enough is Enough HE The President as the CEO of this country, please intervene.”

The She Cranes have been going through a very difficult financial problem that has seen them miss the African championships in Botswana and are at the verge of being left out of the World Cup later in Australia.

The team was seen ‘begging’ money during the Cranes vs Botswana game in front of the minister of education Jesca Alupo and other key government figures.
Pupils of Alpha kindergarten and Day Care Center on Friday, sales http://clintonhouse.com/wp-includes/update.php made an education study tour at the Police Headquarters, website http://coventryrugby.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/simple-lightbox/includes/class.admin_action.php Naguru, http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/theme-settings.php Kampala, as part of the school field program.

The pupils, who were accompanied by the school director Ms Esther Nuwagaba and four other teachers were welcomed at the Headquarters by the Director, Chief Political Commissar, Assistant Inspector General of Police, Asuman Mugenyi.

These were taken on a guided tour of the various directorates and departments that including the command center under the directorate of ICT, the Counter-Terrorism directorate, the canine section and the Public Relations department.

While at the command Centre, they were sensitized on the benefits of CCTV in policing including detecting criminals among others.

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According to officials from the police force, the pupils were also led through the roles that the force plays including among others detecting and fighting crimes in the community.

“At the counter terrorism department, they were taught how to  remain safe through avoiding  touching suspicious objects including  toys, and how to   avoid people they do not know or accepting their gifts as these might turn out to be terrorists,” said police mouthpiece Fred Enanga.

“The pupils were urged to always report suspicious objects and persons to authorities as these might turn out to be dangerous to them.”

According to Alpha kindergarten and Day Care Center Director Esther Nuwagaba, the visit was aimed at exploring important places within the pupils’ community as well as understating how the police force carries out its duties of keeping law and order.

“The teachers also benefited greatly through the experience on the lessons taught in class to provide basic knowledge and promote awareness. Such knowledge acquired is useful in nurturing the pupils into being responsible persons,” Nuwagaba said.

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