President Museveni has directed all landlords to install CCTV

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has revealed that  revealed that a Chinese firm will supply the CCTV cameras which will be installed a long all major roads in Uganda to curb high profile killings in the country
Mr. Museveni considers CCTV as  a key component of his security master plan to defeat criminals who have been kidnapping and killing people with impunity.  it is expected the project will be finalised in six months. Museveni revealed this to members of parliament during security meeting with MPs on Wednesday this week .
According to some MPs who attended the meeting,  Mr Museveni also  proposed that private individuals should procure private cameras and install them on their premises pending amendment of the relevant laws to compel landlords to fix CCTV cameras on their houses before they are rented out.
This come after the country has been plugged into fears following increasing number of kidnaps and murder in the country the latest being former Arua Municipality Member ember of Parliament Hon Ibrahim Abiriga who was gunned down on Friday 8th June near his home in Kawanda a Kampala suburb.
This was the second security meeting the president held with MPs in the space of two weeks.

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