LIRA, UGANDA: The Lira City female workers representative, Hon Sarah Awor Angweri has said she wants to meet President Museveni and deliver secrets about corruption in some offices and this time she will move on foot up to State House Entebbe to meet him physically.
“I want all the corrupt people who seem to be having their godfathers in Kampala and Entebbe to face the rule of law,” said Hon Awor, adding; “Even if it means moving on foot I will do so.”
“H.E the President should allow me to meet him and whisper at least the name and document of Five big fish who are very corrupt so that they stop embezzling government money,” she added.
According to Awor, nobody is exceptional on the issue of insecurity, and that, she is a victim of the same in Lira because of standing against corruption practices.
The Hon councillor revealed that she met and told the Head Of Community Policing in Police, Commissioner of Police Muleterwa Anatoli how she is going to move on foot to State House to report what she is going through.
She says she reported the issue of murder to the police under SD REF 14/11/05/2023 but up to now the suspect has not been arrested up to date and now she feels her life is under threat and she no longer sleeps at her house but with some of her relatives.
Awor has continued to remind CP Anatoli that a boda-Boda rider was shot at her gate and this has caused fear in her life because the intention of the unknown shooter was unknown to anybody where she(Awor) stays.
“Why target where I stay, is it because I am Fighting Corruption?” wondered Hon Awor.
”I will continue to fight the issue of corruption. There is a lot of corruption that I know in some prominent offices (about Five of them) and I want to tell His Excellency the President myself, she added, although she did not mention the names of people implicated in corruption and how much they are alleged to have embezzled.
The Wednesday afternoon meeting that brought together over 100 Wanainchi took place at Abedigweno word cell, Boke ward, in Lira city.
The LC1 Chairman of Adidigweno cell, Mr Odongo Gilbert told the commissioner of police that suspected thieves are opening the door at night using master keys and at the same time using chloroform in his area of Boke alongside broad daylight theft.
Meanwhile, the DPC Lira City West Division, Mr Wilson Twinomugisha Luranga tasked the LC1 chairperson to register all the visitors in his area and promised to identify some youth to help police do night patrol.
Quoting from an English saying “Spare the rod and spoil the child,”, Afande Muleterwa told the gathering that PC should arrest every parent who refuses to take their children to school.
He said in the last annual crime police report, North Kyoga Police region was the one leading in crime countrywide and among the Division Lira city west was among the leading top ten in crime.
Do you have a story or an opinion to share? Email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org Or join the Daily Express WhatsApp Group or Telegram Channel for the latest updates.