- Security measures will focus on controlling access points.
- Additional measures include enhancing street lighting, addressing dark spots, and intensifying the surveillance system through CCTV cameras.
Security measures have been heightened in anticipation of the upcoming Busoga Royal Wedding set to take place this Saturday.
The Kyabazinga William Wilberforce Kadhumbula Gabula Nadiope IV will be walking down the isle the Inebantu[Queen] Jovia Mutesi on the 18th November 2023 at Christ Cathedral in Jinja city.
The Royal wedding service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Church of Uganda The Most Rev. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu.
During a security meeting, SP James Mubi, the police spokesperson for Kira region, and Joachim Baluku, OC Traffic Jinja, emphasized the commitment of security operatives to prioritize the safety of both domestic and international guests invited to witness the royal wedding.
In light of potential threats, including terrorism and various crimes, security measures will focus on controlling access points.
Invited guests are advised to use Katende road and park their vehicles at the Busoga Kingdom headquarters.
Transportation to the church will be facilitated by Kiira Motor buses, specifically the Kayoola model.
Notably, security measures will extend to Kyabazinga road, the Kingdom headquarters, Bugembe cathdral which is wedding venue, Igenge palace, Kyabazinga stadium, and Kakindu stadium.
SP James Mubi assured the public that security experts will regularly inspect these sites to ensure stability and safety.
Additional measures include enhancing street lighting, addressing dark spots, and intensifying the surveillance system through CCTV cameras.
Mubi stated confidently, "We have already deployed forces in key areas, such as Budumbuli and Nakanyonyi, within Jinja city. Our aim is to detect and prevent crime, ensuring the Busoga royal wedding goes down in history with a 100 percent success rate. We are fully prepared."
Joachim Baluku, OC Traffic Jinja, added that certain junctions, such as Katende Rd and Namulesa-Bugembe, will be temporarily closed.
These measures are in place to guarantee the safety and smooth execution of the Busoga Royal Wedding.