By; Ben Musanje
The First Deputy Prime Minister General Moses Ali has retaliated that it will be difficult for government to hunt down murders once people cannot co-operate with it in this effort.
Gen. Ali who was one of the special mourners at the burial of the slain Hon. Abiriga this afternoon emphasized his earlier statement that government cannot be everywhere that people too need to be responsible for their own security.
The burial of the late Abiriga 62, who was gunned down on his way home last Friday at Kawanda along his brother Saidi Buga Congo has been attended by among others a group of over 200 delegates from the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.
Arua Resident District Commissioner Moyo Swaibu Toko says the late Abiriga enjoyed good relations with important persons in the two countries during his tenure as the Resident District Commissioner-RDC of Arua and Yumbe and area that shares a borderline with DRC and South Sudan respectively.