Commissioner Julius Twinomujuni, from Police Directorate of Forensic Sciences-DFS, had been sent to Lwengo district to pick blood samples from three people claiming to be relatives to Francis Ruhamyakaaka alias Nkaaka, who want to exhume the deceased's remains.
Three relatives of Francis Ruhamyakaaka, one of the those murdered at Nakateeta Village Kisekka sub-county in Lwengo district have formally complained to Lwengo Resident District Commissioner over their condolence fees that went into the wrong hands.
Robina Naluwu, the Kaganda parish councillor, says that the recent murders that seem to largely target people of advanced age have bred a lot of fear among residents prompting some of them to flee their homes.
The complainants led by Bruce Tushabe a local activist, argue that besides the daily dues from petty businesses being abolished by President Yoweri Museveni in 2018, the Township Officer has continued to collect the money and allegedly using it for private purposes.
The 1,443 kilometres oil export pipeline will transport crude oil from Uganda’s oil fields in Hoima to Tanga refinery in Tanzania, running through 10 districts in Uganda. However, hundreds of People in the areas earmarked for the pipeline are required to vacate their properties upon compensation to pave way for the construction.
Julius Sseremba, a teacher at Lwengo modern primary school argues that the requirement to have registered and operational SACCOs as guarantors is likely to lockout many teachers yet they need urgent interventions for their survival.
Sarah Nakanwagi, the district Councillor for Lwengo Town council has expressed his displeasure during the council sitting arguing that all the people at the district headquarters are at great health risks over the latrines they use in answering the nature’s call.
Richard Musisi, the Executive Director MADIPHA, says reports from their group members indicate that many are still finding it hard to access healthcare due to different impairments, something that worsens their vulnerability.
Police at Katovu in Lwengo district are holding a woman who poured hot water on her 11 year old step son on Sunday. The incident occurred on Sunday night at Kitesa Village, Malongo Sub County in Lwengo district. Zaituni Nampijja (20) poured the hot water on Ashraf Ssenoga (11) after ordering the boy to his bed.
A woman has been arrested in Mbirizi, Lwengo district, for striking and killing her husband for refusing to share kwanjula money. The 45-year old woman Joyce Nakalema killed her husband Vincent Kagiri (44) after learning he had received 175, 000 shillings from their future son-law and refused to share it with her.
Police and officials from Allied Health Professional Council have arrested a man in Lwengo who has been masquerading as a doctor for 15 years. \"Doctor\" James Kibule was arrested on Tuesday evening in Kimwanyi village, Kingo Sub County, Lwengo.