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Speaking at the Railway grounds in Kampala on Thursday, link http://cienciaaldia.com/wp-includes/plugin.php Kasiima said in this century, sickness http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/ms-functions.php most of the work done by traffic policemen ought to be done by machines in a bid to control and manage traffic flow but said this is not the case with Uganda.
“In this century, we should be having few police officers on the roads but more cameras, adequate traffic lights and a command centre from where we can monitor traffic flow,”Kasiima said.
He said that they have on many occasions failed in their mandate as the traffic police because most of the road users are undisciplined whereas others don’t appreciate their (traffic police) work which on many occasions brings about collision between the two groups.
“We have tried to ensure the number of road accidents reduces on Ugandan roads but many people are ignorant of the road safety and in many cases lead to accidents.”
The police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi on Monday announced week-long celebrations full of activities that started with the ground breaking ceremony for over 1,000 housing units at Naguru and the launch of the neighborhood watch in Kitebi on Tuesday.
“All this is intended to strengthen efforts of shifting the policing philosophy from reactive to proactive. The efforts are intended at motivation, evaluation and rectification of the police force and also building systems that will strength our relationship with the public,”Kaweesi told journalists on Monday.