Abraham Tukundane, the Luwero District Police Commander, says the speeding taxi driver destined for Luwero town from Kasana town knocked dead a motorcyclist before he overturned and killed his own conductor.
The Bombo town council (comprehensive) bylaw 2018 takes effect after it was approved by Luweero District Council and Solicitor General after scrutiny. Among the key regulations are those that involve keeping pets and other animals in the town.
According to section 95 of the bylaw, a person shall not keep a dog or cat exceeding six months of age which is not registered by the town council.
The members are under investigation over the alleged fraud after they allegedly embezzled 29 million Shillings which has been allocated as facilitation for candidates who were contesting for District Councillor seats.
Isah Semwogerere the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that after Mangenga stabilized, he reported the case of torture at Police and officers responded by arresting Lucky Shoabi to answer the charge.
Abubaker Ssematimba, the Chairperson of Kikyusa sub county, says that two assailants riding a motorbike attacked Mwesigye between 9:00 and 10pm on Sunday and shot him in the stomach while he was locking his car after returning home.
Isah Ssemwogerere, the Savannah Region Police Spokesperson, says two assailants armed with a Sub Machine Gun riding on a motorbike deliberately knocked down the deceased before they shot him in the chest and sped off from the scene. Musisi’s son aged 18 and 11-year-old daughter survived unhurt.
In his November 9th, 2020 letter to Eridard Nsubuga Kironde, the Bishop of Luwero Diocese, the Archbishop, says he received the devastating news of the tragic and senseless death of Nakalema with shock, adding that he stands with the Bishop, family and Christians over loss.
Robinah Margaret Nansubuga, 43, a resident of Kalongomiti zone in Luweero town, told URN that a man, identified as John Zziwa emerged last month claiming to have bought the home from her husband Mike Kasule, without her consent.
Ronald Ndawula the Luweero District NRM Chairperson explains that according to acknowledgement receipt obtained from the party secretariat, Ntege received 27,270,000 shillings on 16th August to facilitate 606 party flag bearers in village youths committee elections.
Isah Ssemwogerere the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the managers were picked by Police for allegedly opening their club to revellers on the weekend in breach of Presidential directives.
But Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson Isah Ssemwogerere downplays fears that Walugembe is in danger. Ssemwogerere says that they suspect Walugembe is in hiding after police summoned him On theft charges.
Gilbert Kadilo, the NIRA Spokesperson, says the thugs broke into the offices in Kasoma zone in Luweero town on Tuesday night. He says the Authority has reported the matter to Luweero Central Police Station for investigations.
The move follows a directive issued by President Yoweri Museveni during the Heroes Day Celebration on June 9, for investigations into the reported thefts. The matter had been brought to the President’s attention by Hajji Edris Sseddunga, the chairperson of the Uganda War Veterans Association.