Sam Twineamazima, the Savannah Regional Police spokesperson says that the Police together with a bomb expert from Uganda People Defense Forces transferred the devices to Bombo Military Barracks for analysis.
Kihereza's disappearance raised concern after he went missing from his home on Friday last week under unclear circumstances. Worried about his absence, his family promptly reported the matter to Kakumiro police, who, along with local residents, initiated a search operation.
According to Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police Spokesperson, the suspects waylaid the victim as he was returning from Mbarara City, strangled him to death, and stole the 10 million Shillings he was carrying. The deceased was meant to pay the landlord for grazing cattle on their land.
During the altercation, he took their six-month-old son and disappeared with him to an undisclosed location. Following the incident, Tumaine reported the matter to the police, prompting them to launch an investigation and search for the suspect.
Reuben Mutabaazi, the Kabale District Internal Security Officer, revealed that they are currently investigating cases involving arts teachers who should have been earning between Shillings 600,000 and 900,000 but were falsely classified as science teachers with a salary scale of 2.6 million Shillings.
John Nangiro, the LC5 chairperson of Nakapiripirit district, emphasized the need for urgent peace dialogues with the aggrieved pastoralists before they migrate back to prevent possible revenge attacks.
Francis Lochoro, the Lorengecora Town Council LC 3 chairperson, led the team that apprehended Mosing and his associates while selling the stolen cows in Ongerepo village on September 17th. The stolen animals were successfully recovered.
Museveni observed that Meddie Nkalubo, has been the author of the bombs in Kampala – like those near the Police Station in Kampala, that one near Parliament and ones discovered recently near Kayanja's Church and in the Bunamwaya area.
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem says the revelation has exposed the truth about LRA's alleged Western sponsors, even though when the government made it clear in the past, no one cared to listen.
Michael Longole, the Mt Moroto regional police spokesperson confirmed the incident asserting that the soldier broke into the residence of Officer-in-Charge Nakapelimoru police station and accessed the gun he used for killing the people.
They revealed that they sell the stolen parts in Kisekka market and led police to their accomplices' shops where more suspects were arrested. These include Abdul-Karim Lukwago, Mark Kabambwe, Fred Nyanzi, and Fred Wandera.
Armed robberies have often targeted mobile money agents and supermarkets that are found of keeping large sums of money up to late night hours. A number of mobile money shops and supermarkets have been shot dead or injured in Nsangi, Kyengera, Kajjansi, Kassanda, Mubende, and Kyotera in four months.
SSP Haguma has said that fighting and protecting citizens from cybercrime requires police officers to be well conversant with cyber knowledge. SSP Haguma’s unit intends to equip hundreds of police officers with cyber skills so that they can be in position to fight the crime.