News In Pictures

Army deploys to secure NRM elections


UPDF soldier in Sembabule

Uganda People’s Defence Forces [UPDF] soldiers are deployed across the country to secure the ruling party, NRM’s primaries elections.

Army spokesperson, Lt Col Paddy Ankunda, announced last evening that the army had been deployed in Kanungu to ensure security.

“Stay calm Kanungu voters, UPDF soldiers in your area are a symbol of security,” Ankunda said.

He added: “UPDF will remain non-partisan to ensure a free, fair and transparent election.”

a aa  aaaa

The army has also been seen in Mbarara boosting the police force at Mbarara police station while ballots were being sorted.

UPDF soldiers are also presently at Mafubira polling station in Jinja.

At Central Police Station in Kampala, police was seen running through drills ready for deployment.

aaau uu uuu

Military police also made an appearance at the Central Police Station to beef up police security.

Eight military police officers have been seen at the heated Musajja Alumbye polling station in Old Kampala.

UPDF has also taken over Sembabule where reports of fighting emerged this morning.

Theinsider Uganda is a news publishing website. We are located at Suite G25 Metroplex Shopping mall, Naalya Kampala Uganda.
Enter ad code here

Copyright © 2016 Theinsider Uganda. Unearthing the truth

To Top