Enanga on Northern Bypass Crimes, ADF and Opening of Schools

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15 suspects have been arraigned before the Makindye General Court Martial panel led by Lt. Gen. Andrew Gutti for allegedly engaging in killing police officers in Wakiso, Mityana, and Kiboga between November and December 2021. Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga has also revealed that they arrested four agents and collaborators of the ADF last week, eight suspects were arrested a couple of weeks back.

Some of these remnants are carrying out revenge attacks in DRC. We are trying our best so that they don’t gain entry into the country. They are wounded and more dangerous,” Fred Enanga.

Enanga has expressed excited over the reopening of schools but has urged schools to be vigilant and observe SOPs.

The reopening of schools helps keep children away from sex predators and other child abusers. It is good that schools have opened. We should operate within the realm of #COVID19.We urge schools to follow SOPs,” Enanga.

Enanga also said the police has managed to round up suspected criminals at the Northern bypass, and we have processed 60 of them. We want to inform the public that this is a pop-up crime. It is not a national concern. We have ever handled this kind of gang in 2018.

We want to inform the public that this is a pop-up crime. It is not a national concern. We have ever handled this kind of gang in 2018,” Fred Enanga

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