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Presidential Order: Installations of Cameras

His Excellence the President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has come out to condemn gruesome act of gunning down members of the public as well as high ranking officials and making off on motorcycles.

The President said that installing surveillance cameras to help security agencies like police crack down criminals in long overdue and should be started immediately. Parliament and police supported this executive order.

This was after two unknown gunmen shot and killed the Deputy IGP and Spokesperson of the Uganda Police, Andrew Felix Kaweesi outside his home.

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The Late Andrew Felix Kaweesi

Reminiscing over past incidences of similar accords, he further said that it has been one of their initiatives but was never implemented but now it will be.

He continues to say major towns and along highways will have surveillance cameras installed to crack down these gunmen.

 

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History time, remember the Joan Kagezi, Major Mohammad Kiggundu, and a number of our dear sheikhs who were all gunned downed with their killers making it off on motorcycles that aided their escape.

According to the president and many other reliable sources, the motive as to why such a good man was killed on Friday morning is still a mystery and very vexing.

It is very unfortunate what has happened to the late Andrew Felix Kaweesi, a good soul.

All we can do now is make our peace with it and hope the police do their job brilliantly and make these assailants pay for their inhumane act.

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Hudson is a freelance author for Spur Magazine that loves writing about tech, entertainment and news around the world.

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