Several survivors want an independent commission of inquiry into the killing so that appropriate interventions are formulated to support the victims and help them attain psychological healing. They also want a monument built in memory of the departed.
Last month, Museveni revealed that criminal gangs had infiltrated Uganda Police Force following the shooting of Andrew Felix Kaweesi, the Police Spokesperson, his body guard Kenneth Erau and Driver Godfrey Mambewa. The trio was gunned down by unidentified assailants riding on motorcycles in Kulambiro, a city suburb minutes after driving outside Kaweesis home.
Godson Nimanya, the Officer in Charge of Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Pader District, says they have already picked Arach. He says they have also prepared summons for the CAO, Andrew Leru and CFO, Phillip Adonga, who are believed to be on the run.
Some of the unexploded ordnance were found in Aswa Ranch, the site of a mini hydroelectricity dam that government plans to build in Angaggura Sub County, while others are scattered in different villages across the district.
Last month, at least 19 houses belonging to soldiers were demolished in the same area. Lt. George Musinguzi, the 5th Division army spokesperson says the careful analysis of their strength prompted further evictions.