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Kayihura said Muslims and the rest of the country “must continue remaining vigilant and extra alert during such festivities due to vulnerable situations.”
He emphasised that while Uganda as a country is very safe and secure and continues to register a downward trend in crime, selected crimes like homicides and gender-based violence related cases remain a slight challenge.
Muslims across the country are currently in Mosques for prayers to mark the end of the fasting period.
The Police boss emphasised the role of community policing in combating crime.
“The answer during this Eid-El-Fitr celebration is still community policing through individual security and consciousness (since every individual is the first line for your own and country’s security). All Mosque goers should be conscious of persons next to them and cooperate with our security at all check points accessing the Mosques,” said Kayihura on Monday.
“Every neighbourhood should have its complement of crime preventers willing to step forward and work with the Police to bring a smart combination of opportunity and law enforcement to criminals whose illegal actions promote backwardness. The Police will give you the necessary tools and support you require.”
Police Publicist, Fred Enanga said in the Western part of Uganda, police registered a “few isolated acts of violence that were contained by the combined forces of the Police and Army and business returned to normal.”
On Sunday, Kayihura passed out 1000 crime preventers in Kisoro District alone who volunteered to work as a group and fight crime in the area.
He said partnerships between the Police and members of the public whom he described as “our indispensable allies” especially their bravery and tenacity is responsible for bringing and keeping peace in the areas of Kajjansi, Muyenga and Katwe.
“We are currently using the same initiatives in the crime prone areas of Nsangi and Nansana among others,” said Kayihura.
It is in the same spirit that the IGP implored all Muslims and fellow Ugandans to embrace community policing and undertake rational measures to promote social justice and the common good to help create a better future.
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She had several of her friends including Hady Sengo Halliwell, Queen Florence and Faridah Ndausi over as they converged together to celebrate as they prepared for Eid.
Most Muslim families look forward to this day as they converge at their homes with relatives and friends to celebrate the end of the fasting period and enjoy together the meal.