The deceased picked up a quarrel with the suspect for unknown reasons, and in the process, Loiki used a blunt object that he used to hit Lokol on the head. He sustained deep cuts on the head and became unconscious.
Asingah Baker Apollo, the Commissioner in charge of custodial sentences at Uganda Prisons Service, who represented the Commissioner General of Prisons, said that plea Bargaining has for the last few years ensured that there are more convicts in prisons compared to remand inmates.
It is alleged that on Monday night, the suspect waylaid Kafeero as he was going home from Kijunjuba trading center. He reportedly hit him on the head with a blunt object. Kafeera sounded an alarm that attracted area residents who rushed and found him lying unconscious in a pool of blood.
A worker at the hotel who spoke to told Uganda Radio Network on condition of anonymity on Monday morning explained that the deceased checked into Masindi hotel together with her nine relatives around 8 pm on Sunday after traveling from Kampala as tourists from the United Kingdom.
Christopher Mukidi, a resident of the area told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that they heard Byaruhanga screaming for help when the assailants attacked him and rushed to see what was happening to him, only to find him lying unconscious by the roadside.
Julius Kusiima, a resident of Kijura, says that they pursued the suspect after the mobile money agent sounded an alarm and to their shock, they discovered that the money she had given to the agent was fake.
“My daughter told me that since June the headteacher has been forcing her into sexual intercourse. He would send my daughter into his room and then defile her from there," he said. Adolf Kato, the Masindi District Education Officer-DEO described the incident as unfortunate, saying that he was briefed by the police.
It is alleged that on Wednesday unknown persons hired Irumba a lorry driver to transport sand to Masindi. However, when he reached Kinyara Sugar Plantation, two unknown people emerged from the plantation and intercepted him.
Addressing a rally at Masindi Golf and spots Club center in Masindi Municipality on Saturday afternoon, Museveni explained that the government considered the Parish Development Model initiative in order to create wealth and jobs through industrialization, services, Information and Communication Technology, and modernization of Agriculture
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine regional police spokesperson says the deceased’s neck was found with bruises an indication that she could have been strangled to death, and that murder charges have already been preferred against her husband.
Tugwezire took our reporter down memory lane explaining a sad and jolly story of how he came to meet Bishop Baharagate, who is currently the longest-living bishop in Uganda. He is also the only surviving founding father of the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM).
Before he was bedridden, the Bishop says he would spend the day praying. When he was not praying, he was busy solving Mathematics problems, remembering the old days in the 1960s when he was a teacher at St. Leo’s College, Kyegobe.
Patricia Achan Okiria, the deputy Inspector general of government states that they recently received complaints regarding irregularities in the recruitment process to fill various positions at Masindi district local Government.
Fifty-three years after being consecrated a bishop, Dr Albert Edward Baharagate Akiiki has vivid memories of the day as if it happened yesterday and wishes to relive it if there was a chance. Baharagate is the Bishop Emeritus of the Catholic Diocese of Hoima. He was one of the 12 bishops who were consecrated on August 1, 1969 by Pope Paul VI during a colourful ceremony at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds.