Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni regrets stopping the death penalty
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni says he regrets stopping the death penalty in his country. His remarks come few days after he has warned that increasing crime in Uganda will force him to revise his position on executions. Addressing the annual judges conference in the Capital, Kampala, Museveni said he had been too lenient to criminals, and this has resulted in Ugandans thinking that they can cause harm and get away with it. For more on this, Channel Africa's Khumbelo Munzhelele spoke to Professor Kasaija Apuuli from Makerere University, about what the resumption of the death penalty would mean for the country..