By; Jjunju Francis
The Inspector General of Police Martine Okoth Ochola has attributed to the state of panic following the killing of former Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga to negative political actors who are causing flight of the entire situation in the public.
Addressing the state on the state of security affairs Ochola said Police and her sister security institutions are in control for the country’s security.
He also revealed that his directive to suspension to license more private fire arms was aimed at taking stock of the fire arms to tighten security.
Ochola assured that as police they have arrested a number of suspects on the recent high profile cases some have been aligned in court and more arrests are being done.
Meanwhile his boss the internal affairs minister Gen. Jeje Odong on explaining the peculiar situation they are in while studying the cause of death of 30 women in Wakiso district in 2017, there is need to understand the possible causes of such criminality if the country is to be secure.
Some of the clues indicate that some victims were hired while others are drug related.