Rukiga county MP rallies public to be security conscious amidst terror attacks


RUKIGA– The Rukiga Constituency Member of Parliament Hon. Roland Bish Ndyomuggenyi has rallied public to be vigilant and stay security conscious amidst suspected terror attacks on Uganda that have become a threat to security in the country.

Hon. Ndyomuggenyi was speaking as the guest of honour during the Kabale diocese Bishops Annual Appeal Fund {BAAF} fundraising where he contributed Ugx 10M towards supporting Kabale diocese projects held at St. Luke catholic church Muhanga- Bukinda parish in Muhanga town council Rukiga district.

In a fundraising function where Ugx 39.4M cash was raised, Ugx 53.5M in pledges totaling to Ugx 92.9M, Bishop Callist Rubaramira thanked Christians for a heart of giving willingly saying that the money raised will help in running works of the diocese.

Ndyomuggenyi said that the country is now on threat after the visible suspected terrorism on Saturday night at Digida pork joint in komamboga in kawempe Kampala that hit and left one person lifeless and others nursing wounds.

He further revealed that Muhanga-Kisizi road is now put under tourism sector saying that soon it will be constructed to bridge the interconnection of Rukiga district and other districts.


On the same function, the Rukiga district Police Commander SP Alberto Patrick Issamat asked the public to be vigilant at all times, work with security to combat such suspected terror attacks that have started to merge in the country.

SP Alberto said that terrorism does not segregate who some is saying that so long as there is such attack everyone must get injured where he urged the public to be on set always, look out of any suspicious objects they come across and communicate with security in order to avert such incidents.


He also re- emphasized public on the observance of COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures where he noted that most of the people have relaxed saying that covid-19 is still around.

He asked the public the respect presidential and ministry of health guidelines by washing hands, keeping social distance, wear masks and embrace sanitizing if it to stay safe.