The yet to be identified victim because he had no identification documents on him and he was also a stranger in the area, was Thursday morning intercepted as he ferried the three animals on a motorcycle at Nkuluze village which shares borders with Kibiriizi.
Moses Ssenfuma the LC 3 Chairman of Kapeeka sub county says that its believed unexploded bombs could have been left behind by fighters of National Resistance Army during 1981-1986 or trainers at Peace Support Operations centre at Singo Military Barracks.
“Since last week, we have so far impounded 1,393 and out of these, 624 were issued with Express penalty tickets, 289 riders were warned and left to go, 186 were taken to court and charged according to the Traffic and Road Safety Act 1998 whil 295 motorcycles are still pending action at different police stations," Nampiima said.
The Chief Political Commissar -CPC of Uganda Police AIGP Asan Kasingye has been visiting different policing regions where he was informed that several districts had a dismal number of police personnel. Some of the districts such as Agago, Bukwo, Buyende, Bududa, Manafwa had less than 70 police officers.
A detective told URN on condition of anonymity that Waswa was picked up on Wednesday evening on a tip-off from his colleagues who faulted him for issuing fake COVID-19 positive test results to a wanted person.
Moses Ssenfuma, the LC III Chairperson of Kapeeka sub-county, says that the blast is believed to have occurred after the victims picked an explosive from an unknown place and started crushing it for scrap. He told URN that the victims sustained broken limbs and multiple fractures.
It is alleged that Tumwebaze presented a letter dated October 4, 2021, allegedly signed by Omukama Iguru and addressed to Florence Kiconco, the head of the legal department at State House indicating that the King had offered him land measuring 2000 acres to utilize.