Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga confirms to URN that indeed DNA samples matched Ivy’s blood cells and the doubts on whether the body was of Asio have ended. After DNA confirmation, relatives quickly picked the body from Kampala Capital City Authority –KCCA morgue at Mulago.
The deceased identified as John Ali a resident of Lucomo central village in Akurumo Parish was reportedly speared to death from his home at about 4 am on Wednesday by Simon Nagara. The suspect reportedly speared Ali on his left chest, killing him instantly.
The soldiers were travelling in a land cruiser registration number H4DF2180. According to eyewitnesses, the soldiers were fleeing from angry boda-boda riders after knocking dead one person in Bweyogerere.
According to Kidega, besides conducting lessons illegally, the teachers and pupils were not adhering to the COVID-19 standard operating procedures including wearing face masks, observing social distancing, hand sanitizing, with majority not vaccinated.
Lorika promised to withdraw the case of attempted murder that he filed against Teko at Moroto Central Police Station. Alex Lemu Longoria, the former Mayor of Moroto Municipality appealed to the judiciary not to take any further action against Teko, saying that the issue has been resolved.
Ekalungar went missing on January 2nd, 2018. His body was later found in Kajjansi Town Council, Wakiso district burnt beyond recognition. Mawa, who was convicted on his own plea of guilt, was the driver to Dr. Ssebale Kato, the Proprietor of Case Hospital.
In one of the suspicious calls, Onebe informed a relative who is also a close friend to him that Asio had been seen in Kololo. Five weeks later, Onebe reportedly said she had been seen in Buziga. In other days he reportedly said Bunga or Muyenga.