With only Eight days left for President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to swear in for another elective term, security has formed joint intelligence and operations team to deter anticipated chaos.
The 10 Joint Operation Units have reportedly been distributed to places near borders and districts where there are perceived big numbers of people who are allegedly unhappy about the continued leadership of this regime.
Sources says so far four joint security meetings attended by senior military and police officers have been held and the country has been divided into ten zones whereby emphasis has been put on Kampala Metropolitan districts that include Kampala City, Wakiso and Mukono.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, confirmed that joint security teams have been formed to ensure there is peace before, during and after the presidential swearing and inauguration ceremony at Kololo Airstrip on May 12th.
Enanga said the team are part of the security master plan that was drafted ahead of presidential elections held on January 14.
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Museveni was declared winner with 58 percent while the closet rival Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine garnered 35 percent. However, Kyagulanyi contested the presidential results and even went to Supreme Court, but withdrew the presidential petition claiming that the court was biased. END.