Minister of Home Affairs STEPHEN KAMPYONGO has warned people in the habit of issuing unsubstantiated statements

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Minister of Home Affairs STEPHEN KAMPYONGO has warned people in the habit of
issuing unsubstantiated statements not to complain when made to account for their actions.

Mr. KAMPYONGO says people are free to express their opinions but that their concerns should be done within the confines of the law.

He says going forward it will no longer be business as usual as Law Enforcement Officers will deal with law breakers regardless of their status.

The Minister adds that people who issue alarming statements that are meant to disturb the peace of the nation will have themselves to blame.

Mr. KAMPYONGO has told ZNBC that every Citizen has a duty to maintain the country’s peace.

Meanwhile ,Mr. KAMPYONGO has urged the public to respect police officers.

He said police officers are people with families who deserve to be respected.

The Minister said the officers work hard to ensure that there is peace and security in the country hence the community should make their work easy by giving them maximum support

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