President Museveni revealed that the unnecessary deaths of Ugandans through shootings by unknown assailants will soon be a story of the past.
Right from the murder of Muslim clerics to Maj.Muhammad Kiggundu, Joan Kagezi and AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi to the recent one of former Buyende DPC Muhammad Kirumira, assailants traveling on motorbikes open fire on vehicles of their targets before killing them instantly and riding away swiftly.
Speaking during his second address on the state of security in the country at Entebbe State House on Saturday evening, the president said that he is sure this will be brought to an end soon.
“I am annoyed and pained by these unnecessary deaths of Ugandans; but I am confident because we have the capacity to respond,” Museveni noted.
Museveni said that in nine months from now, all the required technology including CCtv cameras will have been installed on almost all major highways and centres in the towns of the country.
Police recently revealed that a total of 3233 new closed circuit television cameras (CCTVs) are set to be installed in various areas of the greater Kampala Metropolitan area in addition to the ones already in place.
A total of 5552 cameras are expected to be installed countrywide.
Museveni said as the country waits for the CCtv cameras and other technical means to be put in place, the country can still rely on human intelligence and human observation.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website