The two were hit by stray bullets from an enforcement officer who was part of the team that was impounding numberless motorcycles from the homes of some suspected smugglers in Arivu village. At least four motor vehicles were impounded during the operation mounted by a team of five personnel.
Lawrence Nyanzi one of the first area locals to visit the scene of the attack recounts to Uganda Radio Network -URN that they found most of the 21 goats dead while others were fighting for their lives due to bite injuries inflicted by the dogs.
The officers argue that they are facing difficulties whenever violators of the curfew are arrested but leaders order for their immediate release. They also add that some leaders own bars and protect the revelers from being arrested.
Aged 29, Kabagambe says he was clobbered by LDUs enforcing president Yoweri Museveni directives during the first Covid19 lockdown. But for the 18 months now, Kabagambe has visited almost every eye specialist in Uganda but his right eye sight has not been rectified.
Asio’s body was discovered in a septic tank on September 9, 2021 at her matrimonial home in Muyenga, Kampala. She went missing on January 6, 2021 and the search for her whereabouts continued by the police and relatives until September.
“The robbers also got to know about the absence of the patrol car and the few police personnel we have, so lately they take their time while breaking into our homes because they know by the time the police arrives they will be done and long gone,” David Kigozi, the Kigombya LC1 Defence secretary reported.
In July last year, the residents rejected a survey report from the Ministry of Lands accusing the surveyors of being comprised by UWA. The parties resolved that the community will have an independent surveyor who will then work with a government surveyor and local leaders to handle the process of boundary re-opening.
Geoffrey Okwanga, a resident of Aculawic Village says that he has lost valuable items to thieves that have been terrorizing the area for the last 20-years. He said he is ready to give out some land to pave way for the construction of a police post.
Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga confirms to URN that indeed DNA samples matched Ivy’s blood cells and the doubts on whether the body was of Asio have ended. After DNA confirmation, relatives quickly picked the body from Kampala Capital City Authority –KCCA morgue at Mulago.
The deceased identified as John Ali a resident of Lucomo central village in Akurumo Parish was reportedly speared to death from his home at about 4 am on Wednesday by Simon Nagara. The suspect reportedly speared Ali on his left chest, killing him instantly.
The soldiers were travelling in a land cruiser registration number H4DF2180. According to eyewitnesses, the soldiers were fleeing from angry boda-boda riders after knocking dead one person in Bweyogerere.
The President pledged that the government was to cater for the education of Ssebugwawo’s eight orphans, reconstruct the slain officer’s house as well as support the widow to start an income-generating project to enable sustain the remaining family.
As early as 2004, US was on the hunt for more manpower of private security personnel. Uganda was at hand to offer man power. This resulted into explosion of private security companies that were recruiting an exporting security guards to Iraq. Asker Security Service was the first company to export guards to Iraq in late 2005.
Lorika promised to withdraw the case of attempted murder that he filed against Teko at Moroto Central Police Station. Alex Lemu Longoria, the former Mayor of Moroto Municipality appealed to the judiciary not to take any further action against Teko, saying that the issue has been resolved.