At Lubaga, she said, Zaake had been seen by a family physician, a hospital physician, an intern doctor and a general surgeon. To save the highly prized reputation of Ugandan doctors, she said they could not let Zaake move abroad without credible medical examination.
Security Minister, Elly Tumwiime told journalists at a press briefing at Uganda Media Center that the two constables abandoned their guns at Mityana Police Station and fled into hiding when they heard that the Inspector General of Police had ordered their arrest.
In his response, President Museveni says the Chief of Defense Forces and Inspector General of Police have come out to clearly state that the Armed Forces dont condone torture and have instituted investigation committees to get all the facts. He says it is premature and factually wrong to suggest that no action has been taken to arrest the wrong-doers among the security forces.
Julius Birungi, the LC I Chairperson of Butulya village, says when the situation worsened prompting pupils to stop going to school, he used his personal money to buy logs that were used to construct a temporary bridge.
The probe follows spontaneous protests that covered the country following arrests and alleged torture of 33 people including legislators arrested in Arua municipality three days prior to the elections.
Nakayenze told parliament chaired by the Deputy Speaker of parliament, Jacob Oulanyah on Tuesday afternoon that unidentified people have been trailing her in and around Kampala using a particular vehicle.
Yokosaphat Outa, the head teacher Kaabong Senior Secondary School, says hope is back after the education service commission considered all the teachers who were paid under PTA. The school now has a total of 14 teachers posted by government.
According to Otabong, residents mounted a search for the minor and found her body in a swamp next to the suspects home. He says the deceaseds clothes and sandals were recovered next to the suspects home, a few meters from the crime scene.
The committee chaired by Gomba West MP Robinah Rwakoojo was last month set up by the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to study the causes and magnitude of sexual violence in educational institutions and its negative effects on the population.
The Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah on Tuesday told Parliament that President responded to the The speakers letter, but it was Kadaga to assess whether what was raised in her letter has been answered by the President.
The 50 are believed to have come into contact with the deceased. They include family members and neighbours in Mukono, staff at the clinic in Bukerere and medical officers at Naguru Hospital where she was hospitalized .
The suspects allegedly broke into the shop on July 1, 2018, and stole more than 435 million Shillings. Two people among them a UPDF Reserve force officer identified as Moses Musinguzi and a casual laborer identified as Shafick Kigongo were killed during the attack.