The Uganda police force is one of the most feared forces in Africa. They have been doing a good job when it comes to offering security to the people in the country. In fact, they have been doing a far more better job under the leadership of President Yoweri Museveni.
The bad thing is that some of the people like opposition leader Bobi Wine have been complaining about police brutality in the country. They have been claiming that he police have been used in numerous occasions to settle political score but as we are speaking, it has been reported that there are some kind of offenses in the country and they aren't caused by the police.
Eyebrows have been raised in Uganda after President Yoweri Museveni's police publicly issued a worrying report to the people of Uganda. As reported by the NTV Uganda, the police claimed that there is a rise in cases of domestic related offenses since the second Covid-19 lockdown started.
"Police say there is a noticeable rise in cases of domestic-related offenses since the second COVID-19 lockdown started three weeks ago." Tweeted NTV Uganda.
That is a worrying news and another point of concern when it comes to effects of the lockdown. People have been complaining about hunger and this new report shows another danger of the lockdown.
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