Elly Maate, Police Spokesperson for the Kigezi region explains that there is no reason for radio stations to mention dates and time of burial on radios during such a situation as the country finds itself in these days.
On September 19th, Engineer Godfrey Mutabazi, the Executive Director, Uganda Communications Commission wrote to the Managing Director of Freedom Radio to submit the recordings of Besigyes talk show for investigations for inciting violence.
Elly Maate, the Kigezi regional police spokesperson identifies the deceased as Assistant Inspector of Police Alex Angutuko, the officer in charge of Integrated high way patrol and police constable Geoffrey Byarugaba.
He attributes this to new settlements and increased number of households in existing settlements. Mashatte says for purposes of completeness, the enumeration in these few areas has been allowed to continue and be completed within this week under the direct supervision of Uganda Bureau of Statistics-UBOS staff.
The workers are protesting what they call the move by the radio stationâ€™s management to sack them from the station without prior notice after they allegedly asked him to remit their National social Security Fund contributions.