Police Acquires Technology to capture fake car stickers

Police Acquires Technology to capture fake car stickers
Photo: Unknown 2020-04-17T10:14:32Z

The Joint Security Task Force has warned Ugandans who have started opening shops illegally and others who have gone back to the streets yet they are selling non-essential goods, to stop with immediate effect or be arrested.

According to the police spokesperson Fred Enanga, cameras have captured such people, warning that they should leave in peace, or be dealt with.
Meanwhile, the police in Kampala Metropolitan area has impounded 125 and 57 motorcycles. The cars were found with fake stickers alleged to have been received from Ministry of health. 

According to Enanga, an ISO operative Ariong Steven was arrested together with a Pakistani national Sabil Ali for making and selling fake stickers at an amount of UGX150,000 to 300,000. The stickers were allegedly faked and mixed with those of ministry of health.

However, Enanga says the police has received an electronic machine that will help them scan codes on the stickers. If one’s sticker code does not match the registered Registration number for that particular car, they will be arrested for using a fake sticker.

Meanwhile, Police in Namalu, Nakapiripiriti have apprehended 66 Pokot from Kenya who crossed through Amudat moving on 31 motorcycles in search for their stolen cows.

The police spokesperson says the men were all checked and 5 of them had temperatures as high as 39centigrade which is too high. These were taken to Tokora III hospital, while the other 61 are being quarantined in another area for 2 weeks.

Police has also arrested a truck driver for ignoring the guidelines laid out by Ministry of health. The suspect is Enock Kitakka who was arrested in Busia. He was driving a Fuso number UAP 930V carrying more than 30 people. They were all arrested and are being held at Budakka. 

Police is also investigating 5 security officers, 3 police officers and 2 LDUs for aiding over 59 people to cross to either Uganda or Kenya smuggling food. Enanga says the joint security committee went to Busia following complaints about the same.

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