By Our Reporter
In an effort of helping the families that were affected by the Saturday gun fire in Bombo in which UPDF officers and other 10 people were killed, Uganda counseling association has committed to offer free counseling services to both the officers at Bombo barracks and the affected families to help them get relieved of the trauma .
The association spokesperson, Ali Male says, they have managed to give moral support to these families as an immediate remedy however in the long run they have offered to counsel all the affected families.
They have urged the UPDF to increase on the counseling desks in order to administer good services to the officers.
Ali also said that the force has emphasized much on HIV/AIDS ignoring the most sensitive issues that lead to mass death.