The president of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has come out to condemn the manner in which Andrew Felix Kaweesi and many more Ugandans have been killed.
In a press statement from State House, the president has directed immediate installation of security cameras in all major cities and a long highways a project that he says was stalled by paying attention to improving roads and electricity.
The president also has also called upon security personnel and all citizens to be vigilant and on the look out for the thugs who have habitually used motorcycles to kill people.
Earlier today, the nation watched in shock graphic images of assistant inspector General of Police and police spokes’ person, Andrew Felix Kaweesi lying in a pool of blood, where it is said that unknown gun men shot him, his guard and driver to death.
Police is investigating the circumstances under which two people were shot dead at Major Juma Seiko’s home in Kampala.
According to Kampala Metropolitan spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, two men identified as Lameck Ogwang, a security supervisor SGA, a private firm and Fred Ssembatya, a boda boda rider based along Balintuma road in Mengo were shot dead at Seiko’s home on Plot 1A Nakasero road at 3 am on Sunday morning.
A third person only identified as Ssenkubuge was shot in the thigh and is currently at Mulago hospital in critical condition.
Kayima says the suspected shooter identified as Alex Cherotik, a guard working at Seiko’s home, has been arrested.
“We have the suspect in custody and the killer gun is with us. We have also recorded his statement,” Kayima says in a brief statement.
Juma Seiko, who is the current chairman of the Sebei Elgon Cooperative Union, is demanding for thorough investigations into the matter. He claims this was an attempt on his life.