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CID gives update on Masaka murders

As the state of shock and fear is still reigning over the Masaka sub region, different security agencies have come out to elaborate their efforts in trying to nurse and cure this situation.

While appearing on NBS TV today 31st August 2021, CID spokesperson Charles Twine provided an update and what the security forces are doing to arrest this situation.

Mr Twine said that they have realized that the nature of crimes show that these are organized where the perpetrators are recruited, funded and trained t execute.

He also said that they noticed that these attackers are aggressive and move in groups of 4-5 adding that insecurity in Masaka is insecurity everywhere.

He also thanked the population for being cooperative and providing the necessary information.

“Generally speaking, there has been death in Masaka. It’s very unfortunate. Insecurity in Masaka is an Insecurity everywhere. For us, every life matters. We have established that this is an organized crime, where perpetrators have been recruited, trained, funded to execute. We have noticed the attackers are aggressive and move in groups of 4 or 5,” Mr Twine said.

Mr Twine said that it’s not the time now to play the blame card but rather find lasting solutions for the insecurity in the region.

He also credited the leaders from the area who have decided to camp in the area to find solutions.

Mr Twine concluded by saying that they have deployed heavily in the region and soon the criminals will be brought to book.

“We have deployed all competencies to Masaka, and I can guarantee that this situation is going to be controlled. There are no loopholes in intelligence, but we have to improve,” Mr Twine concluded.

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