Museveni’s Response to the ADF attack in Queen Elizabeth

Museveni’s Response to the ADF attack in Queen Elizabeth

President Museveni has described the Tuesday evening murder of two foreign tourists and their Ugandan guide at Queen Elizabeth National Park by suspected ADF rebels as a cowardly act, vowing that the assailants “will pay with their own wretched lives.”

Two tourists, including a Briton, and their local guide were killed in an attack blamed on the notorious militia group.
“Our High Commission in the UK will reach out to their families and provide whatever support is necessary in this tragic situation. More importantly, the UPDF, the Police, the UWA and Intelligences should ensure these mistakes do not happen again and that ADF is wiped out. The wiping out is moving very well. What needs to be done is to ensure that the remnants do not commit these atrocities. That is why I congratulate, again, the Wanainchi, the Police and other agencies on preventing the bombing of Bunamwaya, Kayanja’s church and the churches in Kibibi, Butambala,” President Museveni posted on his X (formerly Twitter)  handle.

According to him, there are still few gaps in the handling of the ADF remnants. “UWA was guarding tourists once they were in the Park. However, apparently, the tourists were arriving and departing individually. It is this gap that they used,” he added.
The UPDF has reportedly been using one form of tracking the fugitive groups from Congo, Kufuata Nyayo- following their tracks (ekisinde, ekirari). 

“There are more reliable ways of tracking, which we have discussed with the Army. The terrorists will be defeated like Kony was defeated and the cattle rustlers that have been killing people in Karamoja and the surrounding districts or those that were cutting People with pangas (bijambiya) in Masaka,” Mr Museveni added.

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