Mike Ssempereza, a resident at Seeta and one of the land beneficiaries noted that about two weeks back a team of about 100 unknown people cut down the trees. He says that the same group turned up today to partitioning the plots, yet their attempts to demand answers on where the team got the powers to take over the land remained futile.
Last week in Kisoro, a man hacked four of his family members to death. Gerald Ndikumukiza admitted killing his wife Maliserina Mujawimana 26, his mother Bonconsira Nyiraguhirwa 75, father Deogratius Sebitama 80, and sister-in-law Joan Nyiramana 20.
Kampala metropolitan deputy police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire identified him as Wandera Geoffrey, 39, a fisherman resident of Abaita Ababiri in Entebbe Municipality. The suspect was arrested on Monday by Stanbic bank security officers and handed him to police.
“We preferred charges of corruption against the policemen but the DPP has returned the file demanding that we fill some gaps. We decided to release the policemen on bond as we fill the gaps raised,” ACP Olugu said.
Owoyesigyire said efforts are underway to have Noeline arrested since all trouble emanated from her actions, and it is only her who could tell them where her dead lover came from so that the body can be handed over to his relatives.
The escapees have been identified as Tumusiime Siraj, who was arrested on allegations of aggravated defilement, Micah Muzamir who was arrested on allegations of Burglary and theft and Faizo Carbon alias Atim Moses on allegations of theft.
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga identified the duo as Rashid Kavuma and Matovu Adam who beat police officers on duty at Court of Appeal - Twed Towers on Friday when ordered to vacate the place where they were waiting for their boss
The driver of the Fuso truck identified as Aggrey Muzaya, the turn boy and a woman suspected to be the owner of cargo died on the spot. The injured people include the driver of the trailer identified Amis Baheza and his turnboy Salim Tenywa and two women-only identified as Monica and Tunamuhikire.
Grace Akullo, the CIID Director says that the course would among other things enable them to acquire skills in investigations, records keeping and most importantly protecting exhibits which have been cited as reasons why police lose several cases in courts.
According to Lakony, they launched a community sensitization drive in May this year to stop the escalation of teenage pregnancies but hit a dead end when some parents failed to provide information on the whereabouts of their daughters.