Col. George Nambafu, the Chairman Fourth Division Court Martial then remanded the suspects to Gulu Central Prison till May 10th when the hearing will start. This according to Nambafu is to give ample time for the prosecution to conclude their investigations.
The CID spokesperson Charles Twine identified the two suspects as Simon Lutasingwa and Patrick Sonko who were arrested last week on Friday on allegations of murdering and aggravated robbery of one Ahimbisibwe James special hire driver.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson told URN in an interview that the bags of charcoal were impounded and burnt down from Rugu –rugu Village, Adilang Sub –County in Agago district.
UYD has dismissed the claims by the army concerning the posters, demanding for a detailed report saying that the army should stop diverting Ugandans from the major issues like the discussed budget and issues around the crude oil pipeline construction due to start.
Petero Kyazze, the Ssi-Bukunja sub-county LC V councillor, says that failure by security to investigate the attacks has fueled crimes in the community. He warns that should the murders continue unabated, they will scare away people from investing in their community.
John Stephen Ekoom, the Katakwi Resident District Commissioner and Chairperson of the District Security Committee-RDC, says that the suspects were netted by security and are currently locked up at Katakwi Central Police Station.