The group is believed to have led the infamous attack in which a gang of 14 robbed an Indian national who was riding on a motorcycle along Mawanda Road. Reports indicated that the attackers took five million Shillings and two mobile phones from the Indian victim, later identified as Jiwan Lal, an accountant with Rigil Agro Peck Limited in Kololo.
Agnes Igoye, the deputy coordinator for prevention of trafficking in persons at MIA, said a number parents and traditional leaders have used the closure of schools to forcefully subject girls to FGM something that has forced many to seek refuge in Kenya.
One of the revellers told URN condition of anonymity that Akampurira developed a misunderstanding with two other revellers only identified Babu and Jasper when they attempted to snatch a woman from him.
Muhammad Nsubuga, the Masaka Region Police Spokesperson, confirmed Nayebare’s arrest, saying the baby was in good health by the time police found him. Wasike has already been reunited with his mother sending the community members into hours of chanting with praises for the police for the good work.
The youthful male suspects are reported to be part of the youth gangs who are alleged to have broken into 21 shops and an office in Owino market and Kitgum Main Bus park respectively. The thugs made off with several items valued in millions of shillings during the break-in.
The two; David Kasasira alias Kanyankole, who is the owner of the bull and his accomplice Derrick Opoka, were arrested after torturing Geoffrey Ocen, 23 from Dyang B Village in Palabek Gem Sub County, Lamwo district.
Tumwejukye stormed the man's home on Friday afternoon, and ordered the sister to vacate the house immediately to the annoyance of the man, who instead picked a hand hoe and hit his supposed brother-in-law, ending his life instantly.
Cosmas Baguma a resident of Kikulu zone of Kisasi in Kawempe Division says that someone stole the baby from Christine Kisime on June 29, 2021, who was taken care of her because his wife, Rita Atukunda was still receiving treatment after experiencing labour complications.
“Those very officials escorted us to the bank and after withdrawing the money, they immediately wanted us to give them a kick back which we earlier declined," says a member of the beneficiary groups who reported the officials to the police. "After a week, I agreed to pay them 150,000 Shillings, but they kept on harassing me as they demanded for more money.”
Natuk was yesterday arrested after joint monitoring on the project by district leaders who were also following the activities of the Youth Livelihood Project. It emerged that many of the members of her group had failed to pay loans they borrowed from the revolving fund.
The suspect identified as James Bubumbi, a resident of Kasubi, a Kampala suburb has been arrested from Kyegwegwa District from where he plotted to con several schools under the pretext that UNEB would withhold their results due to their purported involvement in examination malpractice.