Emmanuel Nsubuga, a local leader in Luwero town has condemned the rising cases of defilement in the area. He, however, says that only a few suspects are successfully prosecuted, which doesn't deter others from committing the same.
While appearing before the Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authority, and State Enterprises – COSASE on Thursday last week, Kyle Lubega, a co-owner of the law firm first told the lawmakers that in 2020, Namuli walked to their chambers to seek legal aid after the Government dragged on with her reparation.
In his statement at Nabweru police station, Nkoyoyo explains that he received an anonymous phone call on June 24 ordering him to urgently send money so that his school could be spared from being burnt.
The Uganda Prison Services Spokesperson, Frank Baine couldn't be reached for comment as he neither picked up nor returned calls to his known mobile money. Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson, says police have handed the deceased's body to his relatives for burial.
Mr.Robert Kotchani the UN human right country representative in Uganda said ASTU personnel constitute one of the forces that have respected human rights, and called upon other state agencies such as UPDF and regular police to follow their example.
According to Mugura, they suspended the students after receiving a tip that they were inciting their colleagues to strike. He revealed that the administration requested additional security personnel from the police, who spent a week at school until last night when they left.
Police recovered the bullets on Sunday morning after receiving a tip-off from Kakaire’s house help who saw an army green arm chest jacket beside their house. The househelp immediately alerted officers at Wanyange police post.
Jackson Musinguzi, a prison warder from Kyakasengura government prison told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that they heard Otimong screaming for help and rushed to see what was happening only to find him bleeding in his house.