Just like the Laikipia bandits have been giving President Uhuru Kenyatta sleepless nights in Kenya, in Uganda things have been the same as a gang group known as Bijambiya has been causing all sorts of headaches to President Yoweri Museveni.
Today, the angry Uganda President finally broke lose as he came out publicly to send a tough message to the Bijambiya gangs. Through his official twitter account, Yoweri Museveni stated that he met and commiserated with the families that lost their relatives in the senseless attacks by the Bijambiya gang.
Museveni went on angrily to state that some of the gangs have been arrested because they left behind all sorts of clues before he ended by saying that the government will arrest all of the remaining gang members.
"I met & commiserated with families that lost relatives in the senseless attacks by the cowardly pigs being called the Bijambiya gang. Some have been arrested because they left all sorts of clues that we are following. The message to these cowards is that we shall get all of you." Tweeted President Yoweri Museveni.
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