President wishes Ugandans a Merry Christmas, cautions on over speeding

Tuesday 23rd December 2014
State House PPU

President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Ugandans against risking their lives and the lives of their loved ones through over speeding during this festive season.

“Dear Ugandans, I greet you all. On 31st December I will deliver my New Years address with more details. I however wish you a Merry Christmas. Please do so carefully. For those travelling up country, don’t over speed. Personally I never go beyond 100km per hour on a good tarmac road and I don’t go beyond 80km per hour on a murram road, don’t over speed. Don’t risk your lives and the lives of your loved ones this festive season,” he said in a short and crisp message to Ugandans yesterday.

The Presidents message comes at a time when Police intensifies its deployment of traffic personnel on the roads and warn against drink-driving and over speeding. Over One Thousand Ninety Three traffic officers and non-uniformed police have been deployed at different spots along highways and other roads in the country to check on the increasing accidents as the festive season sets in.

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