KAMPALA- Over 102 Vehicles and 98 motorcycles have been impounded by Police in Kampala metropolitan area during the operation conducted during curfew hours on Tuesday night.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Spokesperson of Kampala Metropolitan area reveals that they noticed a decline in the abuse of curfew compared to Monday.
The Kampala Metropolitan Police on Monday reinstalled street road blocks to target motorists and road users that allegedly flouted the 21:00hrs imposed curfew time and impounded over 200 vehicles and 600 motorcycles.
He further appeals to the general public to plan their journeys early to avoid being caught on the wrong side of the law.
Owoyesigyire reminded all motorists that the timing of curfew is 9:00PM, adding that some drivers were cautioned while others were issued with express penalty scheme tickets during the night operation.
He says the vehicles and motorcycles were impounded from regions of Kampala Metropolitan East, North and South.
He reiterated that the operation will continue today and appealed to the public to plan their journeys early to avoid being caught on the wrong side of the law.
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