By Priscila Atwiine
The Deputy RDC in charge of Entebbe Noor Njuki has called for the installation of Close Circuit Television Cameras in all churches within the area.
Njuki together with a host of other security officials have been on a familiarization meeting with the different leaders in all Pentecostal churches at Faith Power Center Church in Kitooro, a suburb in Entebbe.
The Born again faith leaders decried long and tedious church registration process that comes with abrupt changes that come up during the process that in the end leaves most of them not registered religious entities.
Also, the preachers complained of procrastination in their efforts to meet the President of the republic of Uganda Yoweri Museveni in efforts to share such grievances with him.
“We request that the RDC helps us schedule a meeting with a president to ensure that we offer guidance on the trajectory of this country,” says Pr Charles Kiwanuka Kaisaali.
The Deputy Resident District Commissioner in charge of Entebbe Noor Njuki while speaking before the religious leaders asked that they install CCTV cameras in churches to ensure that all wrong elements that get into the holy places are netted.
Entebbe Division during festivities experiences an influx of people who get into churches and recreation grounds for fun and prayers. Many of the dwellers are always arrested by security operatives as they try to steal property from the faithful.
Njuki says, to wipe out all bad elements, the institution of close circuit cameras can greatly help to easily see all those trying to steal from church.
The Director Civil – Military Co-operation in the Special Forces Maj Frank Murema encouraged the believers to routinely engage in all government programs including Operation Wealth Creation and Voter registration for peace security and development within Entebbe.
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