Papal Visit Was a Success, Says Police

The 44 National Resistance Movement Members of Parliament who met with the former Prime Minister, sale Amama Mbabazi on Friday last week were expected to at State House Entebbe on Monday.

The MPs who lost in the primary elections for the party flag and determined to join Mbabazi, viagra approved first converged at Parliament and started the journey to Entebbe at 11am.

The said MPs are led by the Budama West legislator, erectile Jacob Oboth Oboth. ChimpReports on Saturday published the list of the MPs who met with the Go Forward presidential candidate, Mbabazi at his posh home in Kololo.

The MPs are being taken by the State Minister for Youth Affairs, Evelyn Anite and the NRM Caucus Vice Chairman, Peter Ogwang.
The police force has described as a success the recently concluded Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda in which he visited different places as part of his long and first trip to the African continent.

Pope Francis visited Entebbe State House, about it Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, Lubaga Cathedral among places while on his 3 days stay in Uganda before leaving for Central African Republic on Sunday.

Addressing journalists on Monday morning, police spokesperson Fred Enanga described the visit as one of the largest security events the country that came close to the Common Wealth Heads of Government Meeting held in 2007, adding that both were successfully handled.

“We are happy that we recorded a 99% success as there were no incidents during the 3 day Papal visit. We only got one incident of phone thefts that were later recovered in all the places that the Pontiff went to including Entebbe Airport, State House, Munyonyo, Namugongo, Bakateyamba home in Nalukolongo and Lubaga cathedral,”Enanga said.

The police mouthpiece attributed the success to the high level of cooperation and coordination among their sister security agencies on the joint operation and intelligence committee.

Enanga further applauded the public and pilgrims who he said exhibited a great sense of   support, patience and understanding throughout the visit of the Pontiff.

“The mass at Namugongo was spectacular with an estimated 2.5 million people including those in the perimeter fence who could not gain access to the venue but they were all peaceful and calm throughout the visit. It was extraordinary to observe over the 3 days of the Pope’s humility, acts of hugging children, blessings across, handshakes and group photos by the believers but they all remained calm. It was a remarkable experience,” Enanga noted.

The police publicist called upon the public to always behave in a similar manner in cases of public functions and festivities in the country.


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