Muslims in Uganda want police chief fired
04 January 2016, 21:00
Nairobi - Muslims in Uganda have criticized Uganda police for failing to stop the killing of Muslim clerics.
They have said that Uganda police is incompetent and it has failed to provide Muslims with adequate security.
In the last two tears over 10 senior Muslim clerics have been shot dead by unknown gunmen.Some of the killings were carried out in the open during day time.
While addressing fellow Muslims,the leader of dawa in the country,shiekh Shadik Ndawula said that Uganda police is so incompetent that there is need for inspector general of police to be sacked and be deployed elsewhere.
''We request president Museveni to sack Kale Kayihura and instead deploy him to a political post.He has shown that he is incompetent.''
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He blamed Kayihura for failing to release the report on the killings and for detaining some suspected killers for over a year without being taken to courts of law.
Another Mulsim leader,shiekh Najib Sonko said that the rate at which police carries out its investigations leave a lot wanting.he gave an example of police taking his phone so that it tracks those who were sending him messages threatening his life.
Sonko said,''I want my phone back because police has been with it for over a year but has done nothing.''
He said that only one of the 4 men who were sending him threatening messages has been arrested but the others are moving freely in the city.
Imam Abdu Ndawula said that there is laxity of the police chief and his policemen in hunting down the killers.He said,'' If the thugs had killed a member of parliament or a bishop,police would have worked around the clock to arrest them.
But police spokesman, Fred Enanga said that police has done its best to arrest those suspected to be involved in killing Muslim clerics.
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