The Uganda Police Force spokesperson CP Fred Enanga has appealed to members of the public to voluntarily offer information to relevant security authorities as a combative response to the impending terror attacks.

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Enanga in a statement said fighting terrorism is a collective responsibility for all patriotic Ugandans.

“The hunt is on and we are also asking members of the public to volunteer information so that these suspects are arrested,” Enanga said in his appeal.

Since the terror attacks on the Ugandan capital, Kampala occured, security has intensified its efforts to witch hunt Muslim clerics of the Tabliq sects. The Ugandan intelligence strain that the renowned notorious Allied Democratic Forces dubbes ADF are behind the spate of attacks. So far scores of Muslim clerics suspected to have links to the terror group have been abducted in the ongoing operation. The latest is a Muslim Sheikh Swaib an Imam at a Kasana Masjid in Luwero district. He was on Saturday night abducted by plain clothed security operatives believed to be from the Counter Terrorism unit. On Saturday during his address, Museveni glorified the security forces for unleashing extrajudicial attacks on resistant terror suspects. Museveni was reacting to the killing of Sheikh Kirevu who had willingly surrendered to the forces as he was even on handcuffs at the time he was shot.

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