With the country registering growing numbers of covid19 new cases, the police boss has ordered all police heads of department to rejuvenate enforcement of all the set covid19 guidelines among the communities.
Addressing journalists today in Kampala, the police spokesperson, Fred Enanga confirms that this has been reached on following citizens defying the already set guidelines among them the curfew, wearing of masks, boda boda stopping at 6pm, sectors under lock down to fully respect the lock down.
Enanga says, all territorial commanders are now set to start with the operations tomorrow and warn that all those that fail to enforce the mechanisms will face disciplinary measures.
Working with KACITA, police has been inspecting arcades on their compliance with covid19 SOPs and Mukono has been named to be one of the non-compliant area with over 10 arcades and malls have been black listed for not following the SOPs and are to be forwarded to the task force.
Among the non-compliant arcades are in Ntinda, Nateete, Kyanjja, Kisasi and Nakulabye.
Now police is surprised that the business community that pleaded with the president to open up with assurance of full compliancy, this has ceased to be followed.
In another development, police is hunting for Anita Kays the suspect behind the sex parties organized in and around Kampala.
Over the weekend police raided one of the bars in Kireka (Kireka Lodges) where it rounded up over 20 males and females engaging in reckless acts of sex and among those arrested was a juvenile from Kyebando who was involved in the acts of sexual exploitation.
The girls was brought from the village by their sister, Nabukenya who will be charged with aggravated human trafficking, child pornography among other charges.
Police has already secured shelter for the juveniles for rehabilitation.
Police now reminds the public on the vulnerability of the girl child in the country and warns parents to be very careful with their children.