By Our Reporter
KCCA has issued stringent security guidelines for all public places across the city to avert possible terror attacks.
This is after security agencies raised concern that Kampala remains largely relaxed despite a growing terror threat to the country.
Speaking to Mbarara News spokesperson Simon Kasyate said all KCCA staff manning strategic installations and places of identity like parks and markets are directed to increase their vigilance.
Kasyate says in some places manpower has been increased working closely with sister security agencies to ensure stability in the city
Relatedly DP has asked security agencies to use its intelligence to identify terrorists before carrying out an attack on the country.
DP’s call comes in the wake of terror threats following Sunday’s incident where Police safely detonated a bomb at Pastor Kayanja’s church in Rubaga. Security agencies also detonated two more bombs in Bunamwaya and Nateete on Monday, September 4.