Speaking on Thursday at the Uganda Media Centre during the daily security briefing, Brig. Richard Karemire, the UPDF spokesperson called upon all those who have been allowed to resume operations to prepare to have the right masks in order not to be inconvenienced by security personnel at roadblocks.
Assistant Inspector General of Police –AIGP Dr Moses Byaruhanga, also director police medical services, confirmed to Uganda Radio Network –URN that indeed the complaints are being received and a probe is underway.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala police spokesperson and CP Mugisha say standard police checkpoints must have two tyre cutters placed on both sides of the road. Onyango says a checkpoint must be mounted where it can be seen by a driver at least a 100 metres ahead.