President calls for calm amidst growing insecurity

By Samuel Ssebuliba

President Yoweri Museveni has called for calm amidst growing insecurity in some parts of the country including Kampala, saying security is top on the list of his priorities.

This follows the killing of several people by machete wielding men especially in Greater Masaka and gun men in Kampala and Wakiso districts with most recent murder being that of former police spokesperson the late Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

Speaking during the Labor Day celebrations in Palisa district yesterday, the president said criminals who are using boda bodas to kill people cannot continue taking lives while government looks on.

He said that security agencies are at work to ensure all Ugandans feel safe in their country.