Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson, says that some of the victims of mugging have severally filed cases after losing their property to criminals who often try to push them into Nakivubo water Channel.
According to Robert Kalumba the Deputy Spokesperson of KCCA, the enforcement officers have been given more training in client care and continued to monitor them to ensure compliance. He says that they have also stoped them from chasing after people and bundling them on KCCA trucks.
He however says they have continued with law enforcement to maintain order in the City.
Harriet Mulondo, the Director Gender and Community Development KCCA told URN in a phone interview that following the study, they have established need and will install lights on more streets in the central business District, markets, major walk ways like Nakivubo blue and Namirembe road among others.
According to Mulondo, as soon as the study is completed, they will seek funding from the French government to light-up areas in Kampala that have been identified as dark spots used by criminals to commit crime.