Deo Wasswa, 27, a resident of Kiyindi LC I in Kiyindi town council alleges that on June 15th, 2022, officers from Kiyindi police station stormed his residence under the command of John Bosco Amandara and ordered him to enter his house.
Ssezibwa Regional Police Spokesperson Hellen Butoto says that the suspects were trailed from Kayunga where they had spent days administering the vaccines. The same group had imposed a charge of 3000 Shillings per jab, for those who turned up to be vaccinated.
UNEB dragged the duo to court for allegedly aiding and abetting examination malpractices during last year’s Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education-UACE examinations in 2018 when they leaked paper for candidates of Buvuma College School, which prompted UNEB to withhold their results.
According to Zimula, he left his saloon in Lugazi town on July 9, 2019 after work and decided to retire to his home in Namengo cell. He however, says he was ambushed by LDU personnel at Luyanzi, a bushy area around 10pm.
Kyabaggu Zone Defence Secretary Wilson Ntale says that the letter which was found at the chairmans home this morning is written in Luganda with sentiments that are reportedly threatening residents with attacks.
The deceased include Joel Kalulu, 14, Bushra Lyaga,13, Musa Bakumbaine,16, Joel Emunet,22, Simon Wandera,25, Brian Okumu,18, Kiiza Ouma,15, Bridget Nasanga,20 and Stella Agasa, 10. The accident left nine other people injured.
The deployment beefed with foot patrols is visible in the areas of Lugazi municipality, Ngogwe, Ziba, Najja and Nkokonjeru. According to Sezzibwa Regional Police Spokesperson Hellen Butoto, Kyagulanyi did not seek police approval before planning a rally in the area.