By Robert Segawa
Over 27 suspects are before courts of law for allegedly vandalizing , human trafficking , wildlife and environmental crimes,stolen forged stolen documents, and possession of narcotic drugs.
Fred Yiga the director of Uganda police in charge of Interpol while releasing the outcomes of the recent concluded operation named USALAMA at Interpol offices in Kololo said that tax payers money is wasted due vandalism in areas of Mukono Katosi road and Ntugamu district where materials worth billions of shillings were destroyed by some heartless Ugandans.
Yiga added that such acts of vandalizing caused loss of lives and also denied development in the country adding that people must develop patriotic hearts.
Operation USALAMA was conducted in all EAPCO and SAPCO countries in Africa and were started in 27th September to 2nd October 2018 and were all done on same time which is aimed on fighting crime across boarder activities.
Yiga has also said that much of environmental crimes are experienced in South Sudan where Ugandans go and cut trees, He also warned the owners of trucks that impounded in transporting Logs from South Sudan are to be answerable.