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Museveni: Urban terrorism, crime is much easier to defeat

“It is just a question of three elements: vigilance of the people, quick response of the Police and technology. With technology, things will be much simpler,” he said.
President Yoweri Museveni has affirmed that it’s very easy to defeat urban terrorism and crime as long as vigilance, police quick response and technology are in place.
In his Thursday Facebook statement concerning security, Museveni said his government managed to defeat rural based terrorism which was much more serious so it will be much easier to deal with urban terrorism.
“It is just a question of three elements: vigilance of the people, quick response of the Police and technology. With technology, things will be much simpler,” he said.

Adding, “As you may have been reading in some of the papers, the People and the Security forces have launched a limited counter-offensive against the criminals that have been robbing and terrorizing some parts of the country. I call this counter- offensive limited because we are still using the traditional police methods of relying on human intelligence (eye- witnesses, finger prints etc). We are in the process of developing the electronic means and other means of fighting crime that I outlined in my speech to Parliament on the June 20, 2018,”
In other news, police in Zirobwe have detained a one Betty Najjuma, the mother of Susan Nanziri who escaped from Zirobwe police station in april 2014. Nanziri, together with a one Stella Kagolo, were caught by the residents of Nakabululu village having sex in april 2014. She was charged with promoting gay activities and possesion of gay materials used to recruite young girls in gay activities.
One of Suzan’s relatives who seeks anonymity said that their mother has now been detained four times since 2014 and released with no charges. Police accuse her of failing to cooperate with it about the where abouts of her daughter and for hiding material that police considers important.
It is alleged that both Suzan and Stella fled the country. Police requests anybody who knows the where abouts of the two to contact any nearby police station.

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