By Grant Ahumuza
Police in Kabale district are hunting for unknown people who are circulating leaflets demeaning the person of President Yoweri Tibuhaburwa Museveni who won January presidential elections.
The leaflets dropped on various streets of Kabale municipality on Wednesday night, have inscriptions “35 years, dictatorship, poverty, extra judicial killings, human rights abuse, nepotism …Enough is enough, ekimala Kimala, tosha tosha,” with a cancelled portrait of President Museveni.
According to Ms Jane Tusasibwe, a mobile money attendant along Kabale –Bunyonyi road in northern division Kabale municipality, they woke up on Wednesday and found the whole town littered with the leaflets from an anonymous source.
Our reporter observed that the leaflets are dropped in Bugongi streets, Rwakaraba streets, Nyerere Street and Kigongi streets all in Kabale municipality.
But, the Kabale District Police Commander Brian Ampere says that they suspect that whoever is behind these leaflets may cause unrest in the town.
Ampere noted that security is working hard so that the suspects are brought to book.
He also asked the public to remain calm because the issue has already been taken up by joint security forces.
However, Ampere promised our reporter that these suspects will be arrested very soon because the intelligence team is on the ground.
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