Patrick Onyango, the Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson, has urged people to be extra careful with jobs, businesses and travel opportunities posted online. Onyango also said girls have been sexually assaulted by people they meet online.
According to Pius Wakabi, the Bughaya County MP the land grabbers especially those with connections with top government officials have started threatening lives of area leaders who are fighting for the rights of the local people.
Following the incident, the police launched a general enquiry which led to the arrest of Jinja Deputy Town Clerk Peter Mawerere, among other technocrats over fraud and failure to safeguard government equipment. Further investigations also led to the arrest of the city’s Senior Law Enforcement Officer Denis Bimbona.
The Elders' council resolved to pick fifty youth from each of the 14 clans in Kotido district, to constitute the special battalion whose mission is to go and capture the warriors hiding in the jungle, for handing over to the government for legal action.
Florence Nakandi, the COTFONE Programs Coordinator says that on Tuesday night, unknown thugs broke into their offices located in Kyabakuza ward in Masaka city and took away vital documents and two laptop computers.
Immigration Spokesperson Simon Peter Mundeyi has revealed that ever since the threat to burn unclaimed passports was made two months ago, owners have been resurfacing and they are now left with only 10,000 unclaimed passports.
On the night of September 19, eleven sex workers together with the manager of Recess Bar and Lodges, Abdu Kiggundu were arrested for allegedly beating to death a client whose identity is not yet determined due to lack of any identity documents.
Oscar Gregg Ageca, the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman says that the assailants shot at three staff working at the petrol station before fleeing with their mobile phones and an unspecified amount of money.
It is alleged that Constable Kopi Joel Bobi 27 years attached to the Field Force Unit, first shot his colleague Corporal Geoffrey Ogwal 47 years, after picking up a quarrel at a drinking joint at Vura village in Moyo town council.
During the monitoring visit by the Kotido district leaders, they found out that some parents are intentionally starving their children so that they remain malnourished and continue benefiting from food and cash.