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Traffick Police Updates Restrictions This Festive Season To Motorists

Traffic Police Updates Restrictions For Motorists This Festive Season

Traffic Police managers have alerted motorists leaving Kampala to different parts of the country to follow guidelines for their welfare. Many motorists are always busy during celebration of Christmas and End of Year festivities.

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During a press conference with Journalists, Traffic Police officers urged people from different parts of the country to abide by the traffic rules and regulations to ensure safety.

However, this message was issued out by Norman Musinga, the Kampala Metropolitan traffic chief while delivering the festive season message to people who use public means at CPS Kampala.

Norman claims that the mission for Kampala Metropolitan traffic is to ensure “a crash free season on Highways, roads Municipalities and towns.” This can only work if people follow instructions.

The traffic Police officer cautioned motorists to make sure their vehicles are in good mechanical conditions, safety belts are fastened and move with driving permits.

Let’s pray for our people to be safe on the road and reach the new year.

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