10,000 policemen evicted from barracks for voting Besigye


Over this past weekend Field Police Officers evicted up families from Kampala area barracks.

Their businesses were also torn down.

With no place to go, the evictees claim that it is because the barracks voted overwhelmingly for Besigye over Museveni.

However, Police spokesman Fred Enanga has come out denying this and says people were evicted because of congestion in the barracks since UPF does not have enough accommodation for its men and women in uniform.

The police force has grown by 15,000 and yet no new accommodation has been built.

Some families were even staying two per unit and many had set up stalls to make some money.

Enanga also said the evictions did not only focus on Nsambya and Naguru.

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