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BREAKING: Police cancels much anticipated ‘Ruger concert’, here is why

Kampala metropolitan police have today evening announced that the much anticipated concert starring famous Nigerian singer Ruger alongside Azawi has been cancelled.

Kampala metropolitan police have today evening announced that the much anticipated concert starring famous Nigerian singer Ruger alongside Azawi has been cancelled.

“Kampala metropolitan police south would like to inform revellers, who were planning to attend a concert at Dungu resort this evening, that it has been stopped after the organisers failed to meet basic security and safety standards,” Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire stated.

They have stated that the organisers of the event failed to follow the guidelines which were given to them.

“…. Like having a traffic plan for the revellers, who are to attend the show, putting in place access control measures, liaising with the territorial police and informing them about the number of revellers they expect to attend having an ambulance in place from a recognizable hospital, putting in place measure if crowd control and also obtaining clearance from the venue owner and local Authorities,” Luke Owoyesigyire added

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“Unfortunately  they have failed to meet the guidelines prompting us to stop the event to avoid incidents that can lead to accidents and safety breaches,” Luke Owoyesigyire further stated

The event was organized by Gareth Onyango. 

FULL POLICE STATEMENT BELOW:

“Kampala Metropolitan Police South would like to inform revellers, who were planning to attend a concert at Dungu Resort this evening, that it has been stopped after the organisers failed to meet basic security and safety standards.

The organisers were given guidelines to follow, like having a traffic plan for the revellers, who are to attend the show, putting in place access control measures, liaising with the territorial police and informing them about the number of revellers they expect to attend, having an ambulance in place from a recognised hospital, putting in place measure of crowd control, and also obtaining clearance from the venue owner and local authorities. Unfortunately, they have failed to meet the guidelines prompting us to stop the event to avoid incidents that can lead to accidents and safety breach.

We advise anyone, who intends to attend the February 12 event at Dungu resort Munonyo, not to do so to avoid any inconveniences.
All our territorial police commanders have been informed accordingly, to ensure no planned concerts are held in insecure environments.
Any inconveniences that could have been caused are highly regretted.

We look forward to better coordination, cooperation and compliance with organisers of the events in future.
Thank you.

ASP Luke Owoyesigyire
Deputy PRO KMP
12/02/2022″

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