According to police, the Ambulance which was being driven by Moses Adimalo is reported to have collided with a boda boda motorcycle, a Bajaj Boxer Reg. No. UEA. 516K on Friday evening. Twalibu Ssennyondo was riding the boda boda motorcycle.
However, Nsubuga died in 1988 and left her with 10 children. But, in 2015, a row emerged between Sheikh Hussein Ssendagire, her second-born child and the other children over the distribution of the land.
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.
Yusuf Kalyango the Chairperson LC 1 of Kizito zone says that the arson attacks occurred between 1-4am. Beatrice Nakalanzi an affected resident said that she smelt fuel inside the house at around 1am and thought it was from the motorcycle which is kept at the neighborhood.
Edwin Okiror the legal officer of Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority says that the Authority got complaints from Njeru municipality that a group of people impersonating their staff were extorting money from lenders to process operating licenses for them.
Bukiibi village Chairman Pontian Katumba says that the problem has not only affected the access to water for use, but it has now threatened the sexual health of the girls who are not going to school due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown of schools.
It is alleged that the suspects impersonating as employees of State House under the Land Directorate forced Daniel Walusimbi a resident of Kasoma zone in Luwero town council to sign transfer forms of 80 acres of land to the names of Emmanuel Mayambala.
At least two people have reportedly been killed and scores injured during operations conducted by Policemen to enforce the directives that were given by President Yoweri Museveni to mainly limit crowds and person to person interactions in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Namirembe, also known as, Hildah Faridah Naluwembe, 45, a resident of Kelezia zone in Makindye division, Kampala was arrested over the weekend by Police and the State House Anti-Corruption Unit and subsequently arraigned before Luwero Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe on impersonation charges.
Exactly after a month after the raid on his mobile money shop, Kalungi says that he is dissatisfied with the police’s fruitless hunt for his attackers. Kalungi also notes that some investigating officers told him to facilitate the investigations for his desired fruits.
According to Nanyonjo, convinced by Ssenyonga’s promise to make her rich, she borrowed money from a village saving group and topped it up to make Shillings 2.4 million, which she then deposited with the witchdoctor with the hope of getting more money.
According to Kalungi, after spending four days in the cells at Kiwoko police stations, officers from the Land Protection Unit coerced him to sign an agreement admitting that he unlawfully bought the land and accepts a refund of the Shillings 1,270,000, which he used to pay for the land 12 years ago.