Gulu district officials want to eliminate crime to improve their chance of hosting the Queen of England. Security are hunting known criminals and gathering intelligence on all suspicious people ahead of the planned visit by the Queen in November.
New security plans have been drawn and reviewed by the district security committee. The district wants a positive review from a visit next week by British High Commissioner who is expected brief the queen's office on the security situation in the district before the November trip can be confirmed.
Queen Elisabeth II is expected to commission a multi million National Youth Centre being constructed by the Commonwealth Youth Secretariat at Labora IDP camp, twenty kilometers south on Gulu town.
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Gulu RDC Walter Ochora says the new security measures are targeting a new group of gangster known as name Kaburi, a Swahili word meaning grave.
Two members of the gang have been arrested and are helping police with investigation.
The RDC who also chairs the district security committee wants to check crime levels to allow the high profile visit by the queen to Gulu.
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