Thursday, August 22, 2019
Minors causing insecurity

Mutungo zone 4 residents have appealed to the police and the head of security to scale up security in order to curb down the rampant criminality in the area.

All this transpired during the security meeting intended to devise means to mitigate the hiking criminality especially among the youths, which include ambushing and robbing the residents in the night plus killing them.

Some residents blamed others over negligence and loosely locking their houses, making it easy for the robber to penetrate.

Lubgowa Robert the area chairperson blamed on the residents that are reluctant to witnesses against the suspects and the police is left with no choice but to release them.

Lobowa further urged residents to move with identification documents in order to be distinguished from the criminals during the operations.

In the same Kibirige Faisal the area councillor said that it the minors between the age of 9 – 15 that are mainly involved in the criminal acts, he added that this is due to the parents’ negligence of their responsibility.

 

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