The Uganda People’s Defence Forces has disclosed that it intends to counsel Lt Col David Lukanga following his reported recent remarks in which he encouraged locals to exercise mob Justice.
In a statement released by the defence forces deputy spokesperson, approved side effects http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/post-by-email.php Maj. Henry Obbo, viagra the move follows a news paper article in today’s Daily Monitor in which the officer urged locals to kill thieves on sight.
The Statement further states that the force does not Condone acts of mob justice because they violate the laws of Uganda.
UPDF is opposed to mob justice
The UPDF has noted with concern the November 18, 2014 Daily Monitor news paper story titled “Kill all thieves on sight, army officer tells locals”.
The statements allegedly made by Lt Col David Lukanga that encourages mob justice against thieves and calling on residents to keep dangerous item like petrol in their homes, were made by him as an individual and not on behalf the Defence Forces and therefore is a not representation of the Position of the UPDF institution.
The reported statement is not only against the Laws of Uganda but also a breach of the home safety standards set by the Uganda Police Force. The UPDF does not condone mob justice or any other form of breach of the Laws.
We support and encourage Ugandans to use the legal system in the country to address their grievances and embrace the community policing program under the Uganda Police Force.
Being a member of the Defence Forces, the Officer (Lt Col David Lukanga) will through the Institutional mechanisms undergo counseling to attain guidance on matters pertaining to such.
UPDF is a People’ Force and will remain as such, committed in guaranteeing the non-violability of the people’s rights and ensuring the rule of law and good governance.
John Ssenabulya, decease http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-includes/registration-functions.php 34, stomach http://cehurd.org/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-installer-skin.php a teacher at Mpongo Church of Uganda Primary School in Butambala, http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/chartbeat/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php has been arrested for apparently defiling a 12 year old pupil on several occasions.
It is alleged that Ssenabulya had turned the young girl into his day time housewife and that whenever the girl would leave home for school, she did not reach school but instead branched off to the teacher’s residence and there, the two would spend the day together. At about 6:00 pm, the girl would then return home.
Police was yesterday November 25th tipped off by concerned neighbors to the teacher.
Officers camped in the neighborhood and as soon as the two entered the house, they made a swoop and arrested the teacher. The girl was taken to hospital for medical checkup.
“The girl has been taken for check up, if results indicate that she was sexually abused, the teacher will be charged with aggravated defilement,” said deputy police spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
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