The Uganda police force mouthpiece, Fred Enanga has at a security briefing this Monday afternoon revealed that they have gathered credible intelligence that the plans to distort the inauguration ceremony of Gen. Museveni are still alive.
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Enanga says the security forces have got clues of the planned disruption of the inauguration. “They have bought tyres for lighting fires in all roads leading to the inauguration venue,” Enanga says. “We even have information that some elements in the opposition are behind the planned protests. They have already made petrol bombs and road barriers,” Enanga added.
Contacted for a comment on whether they have made any arrests, Enanga declined to divulge more on the development saying they are still making assessments of the situation.
Not more than a week back, the same security forces came with brand new posters and placards inscribed with wordings denouncing the reelection of Mr. Museveni. Enanga and the Brig. Flavia Byekwaso (UPDF spokesperson) claimed they had retrieved the material from opposition supporters whom they even failed to parade to the inquisitive journalists.