Abas Katende, a nursing officer at Kyazanga Health Centre IV, says some mob members dropped the suspect from Kyazanga trading center after foiling his attack on residents in the area. He claimed that the suspect who is still in a coma was in bad shape when he arrived at the facility.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Police Spokesperson, says that police visited the scene where they recovered a firearm, two cartridges and one bullet. Police picked the deceased’s bodies and delivered them to Apac general hospital pending postmortem.
General David Muhoozi on Monday evening visited Lwengo district, the scene of the latest incident. He indicated that preliminary assessments are pointing to possibilities of terrorism, a line of investigations security has now taken.
Vincent Emalu, another resident in Bukedea Town Council, says that the insecurity escalating cattle theft in the district is caused by the overstay of some police officers. He says that some of the police officers who have joined hands with wrong elements in the district have been cancelling their transfers.
According to Enanga, last week alone police registered three incidents where private security guards robbed money and valuables at the work stations. This includes the robbery at a pump fuel station construction site in Kyengera town council in Wakiso district.
The ADF whose Supreme Commander Jamil Mukulu is now undergoing trial for several atrocities committed under his leadership, torched the institute on June 8th, 1998, burning over eighty teenagers to death and shooting anybody who tried to escape from the inferno, before abducting over a hundred other youth.
CID spokesperson Charles Twine says the nine Ugandans were arrested at the airport in Nairobi for holding passports with forged Kenyan stamps over the weekend. Police investigations show they were trafficked and given documents with forged Kenyan stamps by Charles Kamuli who has a warehouse in Kireka where he recruits and holds his victims for trafficking.
According to Hajji Mbabali Njuki, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner , the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces-UPDF expects to recruit 2,000 LDU personnel in Entebbe and the neighbouring towns.
However, only 278 people had applied by August 30, when the application process was expected to close in Entebbe.