Thursday, August 22, 2019
Crime Preventers Give Police 1 Week Ultimatum

After supplying food to Uganda police since 2016 without getting paid, the crime preventers have given to police a one-week ultimatum.

This came after the suppliers received information a month ago that their money was released though they did not receive it.

Mulisa Ronald the leader of the group asserted that they happened to know about their money being made available, after which they arose to go and get paid but to no avail.

The crime preventers were contracted to supply food to police as a token of appreciation for their services of supplementing police through crime prevention, shockingly instead of getting paid, they started calling them names such as Kiyihura’s men, which they deny saying that they didn’t work for Kayihura but for Uganda police.

Despite efforts to meet martin Okoth Ochola the current IGP of the Uganda police that they fed, they are yet meeting him.

 

 

 

 

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