Charles Kilibo, an auditor in Felbright and Company Auditors while presenting their audit findings indicated that they have established that the SACCO had been wrecked by serious governance weaknesses that created room for fraud and other habits of financial mismanagement.
Dressed in blue camouflage, FFP raided shops at Shamba Complex, Kisenyi, Owino Complex, New Park Mall, Nakitende Village, Usafi Market, Mwanga II Road, Musajja Alumbwa and Muzaana Road. The operation led to the arrest of 30 scrap dealers found selling suspected stolen copper wires.
John Kyangwa, a witch doctor from Namisambya village was lynched on Friday for allegedly masterminding ritual killings in the community. Unidentified woman was lynched in Kamuli municipality for allegedly attempting to steal a baby from a commuter taxi.
The Children’s Act, which came into force in 1996, enables police, community leaders, and local officials to handle infringements of children’s rights. But experts say the law is not an adequate deterrent in cases where parents do not provide for their children.
Ronald Olyet, the Officer in Charge of Bukinda police post told Uganda Radio Network that inquiries are ongoing. He says the suspects were summoned to record statements and were later released on police bond.
Jackson Sande and Emmanuel Nakeriya, who are attached to Tiger Security Group Limited and Securex Security Company respectively, were rewarded for killing and wrestling down armed robbers at their workstations in Kampala.