It is alleged that the suspects and four others who are still on run on Jan, 24th, 2019 at Namboole were found in possession of Pangolin scales and 262 pieces of ivory weighing 3,299 Kilograms valued at 8.7 billion Uganda Shillings.
The motion filed by the Defense of Dominic Ongwen on February 1St implicates the Prosecution and Trial Chamber II of the Court for irregularly confirming 70 charges and Six modes of liability of war crimes, crimes against humanity and sexual crimes against Dominic Ongwen.
Now, in a statement issued this afternoon, Next Media Services, which owns NBS TV, says it commissioned an investigation into the illegal sale of Government drugs in partnership with the British Broadcasting Corporation-BBC.
Flavior Terimurungi, the Masaka Armored Brigade, Spokesperson, says she hasnt received any complaints from Lugemwas family about his disappearance. She also said police has not informed them anything related to the incident.
The report was an investigation of the actual size of Usafi Market and the manner in which KCCA law enforcement officers evicted vendors who were occupying part of the land where the market sits, claimed by a private developer.
In a statement issued by Lydia Kemigisha, the Senior Hospital Administrator for Ishaka Adventist hospital, which owns the school, the management regretted the incident. She also noted that the institute does not condone corporal punishment and neither is it institutionalized.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says that Godfrey Badyebe, Kassim Muhammad and Shafiq Kisame were picked up from Makindye on Wednesday night where they were meeting unidentified medical officer to sell them government drugs.
Dr. Jackson Oryem, the Executive Director Uganda Cancer Institute said all is set to start cancer management and treatment at Arua hospital.He says the regional center will help in establishing cancer registry and enumerate cancer cases for action at national and international levels of intervention.
The celebration was held under the theme: UPDF and the People: Consolidating the Peace for Sustainable Development and Prosperity. Prior to the day, the Army Week was launched on January 29 and the UPDF conducted symbolic civil military activities in the whole country, with main activities taking place in the eight districts of Acholi sub-region of Kitgum, Agago, Pader, Gulu, Amuru, Lamwo, Nwoya and Omoro.