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Security heightens deployment amidst NUP’s plan to stage anarchy in Kampala

For over two months, the opposition group backed by the western enemies of Uganda have clandestinely been planning to cause civil disorder in Kampala.

An intelligence source revealed that the adversary move against Uganda government was carefully planned by members of the national Unity Platform party-NUP cadres both in Uganda and Diasporas.

It should be recalled that Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, the NUP leader has in the recent months been frequenting foreign visits where he conducted several secret meetings with his funders in a bid to fasten the processes to politically burn down Kampala.

But his moves have since been exposed according to sources within intelligence, a move that have since informed the decision to heighten and maintained heavy deployment along streets in Kampala.

Maj Charles Kabona, the UPDF First Division spokesperson, a unit which is responsible Kampala metropolitan and other areas said the current army presence is normal, and strictly to ensure peace and security.

He notes that the 24 hour UPDF deployment is intended to prevent looming anarchy adding that security is aware about the impending threats.

UPDF said citizens should be proud because the presence of the army on streets and other outskirts has seen crime incidents such as machete attacks, factory and business robberies reduce in many areas.

“When there were Bijambiya (machete attacks), there was a public outcry. The absence of anarchy does not mean there is no threat. They should not mind when we are going away. We are here to stay.”

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