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“The IGP needs to come out and explain the rapid increase in the rate of crimes because as DP leaders, we are not convinced by the report,” Mwesigwa pointed out.
“Looking at the crime cases attached to domestic violence and kidnap, the IGP has totally underestimated the statistics. I think the IGP is trying to show president Museveni that he is hardworking so that he can earn another term of service.”
“Why is crime still on the rise yet police are recruiting big numbers of youth to the police department every year?” he wondered.
On a seemingly relative note, the Democratic Party has condemned the IGP’s public announcement claiming that ADF rebels are targeting schools.
“It is a wrong move because it will automatically prompt the enemy to change attack tactics and strategy. In the end, police will lose.”
“First, if we recall, before the 2011 bomb attack, police had warned the public about terrorists who were targeting fuel stations. The strategy did not work because it made the enemy to change strategy,” he pressed on.
“With all the intelligence gargets they buy and the training they give their personnel every day, why can’t police work out issues like what the US did to Osama? There is no need for dramatising what you have failed to do”.
Mwesigwa said the idea of all schools recruiting a police officer to provide security will only impose useless budgets to the schools hence impacting parents negatively.