Security in the Country isn’t alarming:IGP
The security of the Country isn’t alarming— IGP Ochola
Heads of security in Uganda have assured the public that there is no need to worry because they are on top of the situation in the country.
As the country was trying to come to terms with the recent rampant kidnaps and murders in the past few months, another calamity hit when Arua Municipality Member of Parliament was assassinated.
A number of people have since questioned the security situation in the country and the ability by government to protect Ugandans.
However, addressing a national security briefing at the Kampala Serena hotel yesterday, the various chiefs in the country said they are on top of the game.
The Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola said that the general security of the country isn’t as alarming as some people would want others to believe.
The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen.David Muhoozi said that security organs are unified and at the top of the situation in the country.
He however mentioned that there are some elements of criminality caused by what he termed as snippet cells of ADF rebels but said these have been amplified due to publicity adding anxiety to the public.