By our reporter
Following the recent mysterious murders in different parts of the country, Uganda Human Rights Commission has called upon government to develop a databank of all people living in the country for security purposes.
The call by the Uganda Human Rights Commission comes after gruesome murders were recorded in parts of Wakiso, Mukono Masaka, and the latest being in Rakai where 9 members from one house were killed.
The chairman Uganda Human Rights Commission Med Kaggwa says that because of porous borders, the laxity in the immigration and security departments should be checked by ensuring that there is strict screening of people crossing the borders.
Mr Kaggwa further called for expeditious implementation of the National Identity card Project and also the revival of the local council systems that could identify and account for people from the village level.
He however called for comprehensive investigations into these mysterious murders to apprehend the culprits. He also appealed for increased capacities of the Uganda Police to a level of having expert detectives.
Mr Kaggwa asked members of the community to co-operate with the police authorities by reporting suspicious persons and giving relevant information if the country is to get rid of such criminals.