Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Police Spokesperson says Olwi has been arrested and detained at Oyam Central Police Station as the file is being compiled for submission to Resident Chief State Attorney for perusal and advice before arraigning him in court on charges of murder.
The deceased has been identified as Christopher Ocen, a resident of Buga cell in Kamdini Town Council and a cyclist at Corner Kamdini Stage. His body was found along Kamdini-Atapara road near Kamdini Primary School on Wednesday morning.
The LDU, Thomas Jolly Opoka was found guilty of murdering a 65-year-old resident of Amati parish in Oyam District. The deceased was identified as Francis Ogwang Munu, a member of the village COVID- 19 task force, who was allegedly assaulted to death during an operation to enforce night-curfew on June 27.
It is alleged that the LDUs, who were around six in number and were stationed at Kamdini police station went to Amati Trading Centre in the evening to disperse the crowded who all took off leaving behind Ogwang who was then badly battered.
Victor Kule and the OC Ngai Police Post Joseph Odongo were on Tuesday summoned to the Regional Police Headquarters where Peter Nkulega, the North Kyoga Regional Police commander ordered for their detention on allegations of negligence and disobedience of lawful orders.
The group under their umbrella, Lango Former LRA Captives and Returnees Association notes that most of them are in dire need for help, yet government has done little to facilitate their reintegration into the community.