The UNEB spokesperson Jennifer Kalule noted that the fake papers are being sold by unscrupulous individuals purporting to be examiners, fleecing the unsuspecting members of the public of their money. Kalule says the fake papers will confuse candidates.
CID Spokesperson, ASP Charles Twine, has since revealed that remains of the victims have been submitted to Government Analytical Laboratory purposely to understand what the mode of killing was and what substance was used to burn their bodies.
Jacob Chepsikor, the Amolatar District Police Commander confirmed the development saying the suspect was arrested immediately and transferred to Amolatar Central Police Station where he is being detained.
Badugala narrates the teacher identified as Benjamin Mulondo asked students to present a song about HIV/AIDS. But some students had not prepared for the session which angered the teacher, who responded with insults, followed by the severe beating that led to the collapse of one of the learners identified as Christine Niwosinga.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, has identified the ringleaders of thefts as Farouq Nsereko alias Hassan and sometimes known as Jamil and Joseph Wambi also known as Daniel Kato. The duo has pending car theft cases at Nateete, Kawempe, Kajjansi, Katwe and Bweyogerere.
Patiko Clan Chief Collins Muttu Atiko II told members of the Acholi Parliamentary group over the weekend that the decision was taken after numerous reports of death resulting from relationship issues linked to adultery by either a man or the wife.
According to preliminary information, the fire started from a nearby building where some people were welding. One of the men on the site only identified as Mugisha told our reporter that the sparks from the welding and metal fabrication works could have ignited the fire.