Kayihura said that there shall be no burning of tyres, firing of bullets on new year's day
He said that the Kasese uprising was an attack on the state
Kayihura’s visit to the northern Ugandan district comes three days after the latest fatality.
“There have been reports linking us to that siege but I would want to set the record straight."
"I am his friend and I can't stand anyone who dares to get in his way."
They visited the island and assured the locals who reside there of total security.
A total of five other Police officers, among them three seniors and two juniors, are being probed over two stolen guns
He says Besigye's defiance stance poses national security concerns.
"There is no need for revenge," police chief Gen. Kale Kayihura tells Bundibugyo residents.
He hopes they find a lasting solution to the continued killings in the Rwenzori region.
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