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Kikonyogo reminded government of ‘pandagali’ during President Milton Obote’s regime which led to many Ugandans to join NRA rebels before overthrowing his government.
“If government does not act in line with the law, the same (rebellion) could happen again,” warned Kikonyogo.
Government insists investigations are being carried out by law enforcement bodies who are being helped by legal experts.
The screening exercise is currently taking place at Kanyamirima barracks and police stations in the region.
Kikonyogo further commented on President Museveni’s concerns that the attacks were as a result of security lapses and intelligence failure.
“Museveni now wants to request Parliament or more funding to boost intelligence capabilities which will leave other sectors starving,” he added.