LDUs in Kampala get new commander. The Local Defense Unit in Kampala has another authority, the Nile Post has learned. Following the occurrence in which various individuals were beaten by LDUs and Police in the downtown area for not holding fast to President Museveni’s order on the avoidance of coronavirus, the military under which the previous fall was condemned over ruthlessness.
Notwithstanding, on Monday, however, the Chief of Defense Forces, Gen.David Muhoozi met with a portion of the merchants. They were beaten and apologized over the coldhearted treatment agreed to them by his men.
“Their taking care of was oppressive, unjustified and lamentable. In addition, I do apologize to them and to individual compatriots.
Subsequently, after the gathering, the military representative. Brig. Richard Karemire tweeted saying that LDUs in Kampala got another officer for instance. LDUs in Kampala get new commander.
“As an extra measure to reinforce order and control of the joint powers. Col Mike Walaka Hyeroba has delegated the Kampala in the general administrator of LDUs. We invite him ready,” Brig. Karemire said in a tweet.
Col.Hyeroba supplanted Col.B.K.Sserwadda.
The new LDU administrator in Kampala as of late filled in as the leader responsible for the United Nations Guard Unit IV( UNGU IV) that served in Somalia between July 2017 and July 2018.
The military and Police as of late shaped a joint security team to actualize the orders of the president to battle the fatal coronavirus pandemic.
“The joint team involves officials from the UPDF, Uganda Police Force, Uganda Prison Services (UPS), National Joint Intelligence Committee, Immigrations, and Customs. Enrollment has likewise stretched out to National Water and Sewerage Corporation, UMEME, and KCCA,” the police representative, Fred Enanga as of late uncovered.
Therefore, the Local Defense Units working under the military are along these lines some portion of the team. To uphold the president’s orders and the new officer will be accountable for the activities in Kampala.
Therefore, President Museveni requires to arrange for a lockdown of the Kampala Metropolitan Area for a time. Of about fourteen days to help battle the spread of the destructive coronavirus pandemic, the Cyclone Times has only learned.
The president is to address the nation today giving a report on the Covid-19 circumstance. And offer more rules on what to do to stem the spread.
This site has anyway only discovered that a select COVID19 group has given over a report to Museveni. On what they think ought to battle the spread of the destructive pandemic.