Rose Kabise, who was found being taken to hospital, has said she is the only one who knows Kasango’s father and it is the reason why she insists that her son should be buried at Wikusi village, in West Budama County.
Assistant Superintendent of Police, Charles Twine, has confirmed to Uganda Radio Network-URN that Bwayo was arrested last night by a team of detectives that has been trailing him ever since he was released from jail on court bail.
Rwenzori West police Spokesperson, Vincent Twesige, said that agents should stop allowing withdraws of millions of money by customers at night, saying they have information that some robbers ask to withdraw huge sums of money to see if the agent has it before they can launch their attack.
The three; Julius Sserwanja also known as Kidomoole, Mbabaali Maliseeri (Uncle Luyuguumo), and Gold Ki Matono, also known as Opeto were arrested from Radio Simba over a satirical skit which, according to the government was used to promote sectarianism. Their counterpart Sssaabakaaki Peter (Omuzinyuuzi) was not found at the station at the time of their arrest.
Rosemary Ngambeki Purity disappeared from home after she moved outside the gate and never returned. Her elder sister Namatovu Shakila yesterday went to Kyanja police station and reported that her sister was missing and a case of disappearance was registered.
Dr Nathan Onyach, the Director of Masaka Regional Referral Hospital, explains that unlike the past weeks and months when the COVID treatment facility was admitting patients almost on a daily basis, the have not received any cases for close to a week. He adds that with zero suspects and no confirmed cases, medics at the facility got a sigh of relief and are optimistic that this could be the beginning of a milestone.