Ojok was detained on Wednesday 19th after his in-laws charged him with kidnap under Omoro CRB 237/2021. He had gone to his in-laws’ home to convince his wife Christine Aciro to return to his home after she ran away following a misunderstanding between them.
Robert Onekalit, the In-charge of the facility says the eight-member team is facing an uphill task serving a population of 3,000 to 5,000 people especially long distance cargo drivers and travers every day.
Peter Logiro, one of the residents however, cautioned police not to play with such files saying such culprits should be jailed.
“I hope this not a delaying tactics for the police to see ways of releasing these suspects on police bond, let them be remanded in prisons,” he said.
According to the circular, diploma students under government sponsorship will pay Shillings 1.47 million from Shillings 1.27 million while private sponsored students will pay Shillings 2.5million from Shillings 2.077million
Besides discrimination by officials manning government programmes, the persons living with albinism are also subjected to extreme stigmatization by locals who target them for the ultimate crime of murder by those seeking wealthy using superstitious means and being infected with HIV by those who think raping an albino female cures AIDS.
Muchunguzi, who is nursing a bullet wound at Mulago National Referral Hospital left his guardian’s home in Kiteredde, Kingo in Masaka City early this year for Kampala in search of employment. His only contact in the city was Wilber Mukiibi, the son of Suzan Mutesi, who brought up Muchunguzi after being abandoned by his biological mother at five years of age.
Pascal Kagenda, the Chairperson of Nyendo Market Fish Dealers Association, who worked closely with the deceased, accuses Police officers of participating in the torture of the suspect before dumping him in the cells where he was again assaulted by other suspects.