By Robert Segawa.
The archbishop of Kampala archdiocese Dr Cypriano Kizito Lwanga has condemned the current wave of gun shootings in the city that have claimed the life of Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Andrew Felix Kaweesi , his driver Godfrey Wambewo and a body guard Keneth Erau.
Dr Lwanga made his remarks while speaking as a main celebrant during the requiem mass for Kaweesi who was brutally murdered by unknown gunmen travelling on a motorcycle near his home in Kulambiro- Kisasi a Kampala suburb.
According to Lwanga, AIGP Kaweesi is the 5th security officer to be gunned down in broad day light in Kampala in a space of five month.
The archbishop explained that currently the country is facing various assassinations including iron hit bar men, gun shots, and character assassination which he says contravene the biblical 5th commandment.
He urged all the wrong doers including Kaweesi’s killers to stop shedding blood, repent and come for reconciliation.
Dr Lwanga described Kaweesi as an officer who loved his faith, a devoted Catholic and an inspiring officer who inspired hundreds of other fellow officers. He also reminded crime preventers to know their duties of detecting crime other than fueling crime.
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