Prince Nakibinge urges security forces to be more vigilant


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The titular head of the Muslim community in Uganda, Prince Kassim Nakibinge has called on security forces to be more vigilant in order to ensure safety and security for all Ugandans.

While speaking Wednesday during Eid Al Adha celebrations at Kibuli Mosque, Prince Nakibinge condoled with the families of all those who lost their loved ones in Somalia, Mityana, Masaka, Kasese, and other places.

“All we ask from security agencies is to be vigilant so that everybody can enjoy this country in peace,” he said.

Nakibinge applauded the efforts made by the Government to repair the roads in Kampala to address the issue of potholes.

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