Territorial police at Abaita Ababiri in Nkumba, Katabi Town Council, Wakiso District arrested a man on suspicion that he was involved in subversive activities.
The joint security operation dispatched to Greater Masaka to fend off goons who were attacking and killing residents is already producing results.
Security agencies are strengthening the enforcement of the Covid-19 lockdown, saying since its roll-out there has been significant results regarding curbing the spread of the virus.
Police arrested Huzaifa Wampa, another suspect linked to the attack of Transport and Works and Transport Minister Gen. Katumba Wamala.
Police issued a statement clarifying the guidelines that were rolled out by President Museveni this past Sunday to help the country counter the latest wave of the coronavirus.
The guidelines, which will last 42 days, will put Uganda under partial lockdown.
The Joint Task Force on security has assured Ugandans that President Yoweri Museveni’s swearing-in ceremony, which will be held on May 12, will be successful, as they have considered all possible sources of disruption.
A joint operation mounted by security agencies, including police’s Flying Squad Unit, Special Forces Command (SFC), the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) arrested Stephen Kisule, the prime suspect and team leader of the notorious criminal gang that had been terrorizing Luwero, Nakasongol
The gruesome photo of a tortured male, identified as Ronald Segawa, that showed him with random body injuries including an open fractured wound on the hand, that have since gone viral, with the claim that the victim was tortured by security agencies, is fake news and a negative propaganda tactic,
Police has said Uganda will remain peaceful despite some criminal elements who are suspected to be planning to commit violent crimes after the recently-concluded
Following the most recent ranking of the Uganda Police Force as the “kindest police” in the World, by the World Internal Security and Police Index (WISP), the IGP Okoth Ochola has come out to thank all officers who conducted themselves professionally, and with great restraint in the course of the