By Wilber Muhwezi Kasibante
The Greater Bushenyi acting regional police Commander SP Tumusiime Martial yesterday evening revealed that police will deploy at Kabagarame pork market in Ruharo ward Bushenyi ishaka municipality to stop wrong elements from bringing bombs to the market.
SP Tumusiime said this in a joint press conference called by the RDC Bushenyi Jane Muhindo at her office in Bushenyi town.
He noted that deployment will begin on Saturday Oct 30, 2021. Police officers will have metal detectors to check whoever enters the market.
Today morning Oct 28, Kabagarame traders held an immanency meeting to observe security orders.
RDC Muhindo told the press that parking vehicles inside the popular pork market was also banned. “All people who will come to kabagarame with vehicles will not be allowed to park inside the market as they have been doing” she revealed.
She added that on the other hand parking vehicles in the streets of Ishaka and all petrol stations was banned with immediate effect.
Last evening press conference was attended by st. Kagwa parish priest Rev. Fr. Evarist Mutambi, one of the pastors from born again church Ms Nalongo, Oc prisons Bushenyi government prison [Nyamushekyera], RDC and acting RPC greater Bushenyi.
RDC Muhindo warned church leaders to ensure that they don’t conduct overnight prayers and during normal hour prayers, they allow only 200 worshippers in their services at one given time.
She added that she doesn’t expect worshippers to come to church with big and small bags. She said they should come with bibles, Qurans and prayer books.
“It was not by mistake that suicide bomber boarded Bushenyi bound swift bus. It’s a wakeup call. We ask our people to be extra vigilant” She Observed.
On Monday Oct 25, 2021, a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in Mpigi on Swift Bus heading to Ishaka Bushenyi. One person died and many were injured including the deputy RPC greater Bushenyi Adrian Kwetegyereza, chairman of Bushenyi national transformation party Nshemerirwe Nelson among others.
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