Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa River Police spokesperson says preliminary investigations reveals that Odokonyero could have died in a scuffle over Florence Nalubega. He says Police detectives recorded statements from the scene indicating that the four were drinking at a local pub together.
Police says preliminary findings indicate that the fire was sparked off by an electric short circuit in one of the affected premises. This is the sixth time that fire is affecting traders in Elegu border point over the past three years.
Her worship Harriet Ssali Nalukwago, the Deputy Registrar of the International Crimes Division of the High Court says prosecution sought more time to adequately prepare its case as they embark on the full trial. She says the judges have now set February 18th as the day the first prosecution witness will start testifying against Kwoyelo in a trial expected to last two years.
It is alleged that 36-year-old Ochan defiled a 14-year-old minor while on duty at Palaro Police post in May 2018. He later procured an abortion with the help of two health workers, with whom they have been detained at Gulu Central Police Station on Tuesday.
Through PRUDEV, the European Union EU and GIZ aim at improving economic development in Northern Uganda with a strong focus on market integration through improving skills of agricultural producers and processors.
Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson says other incidents of suicide recorded resulted from economic hardship, trauma related to HIV, fear of responsibilities, alcoholism and mental health challenges.
Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa River Police spokesperson says Akot was found hacked to death in her house at about 11 pm on Sunday night. He says Olwa is the prime suspect after being in relationship with the deceased for a long time.
This morning, State Prosecutor Paul Weponde asked the court for more time to conduct further investigations into the matter. The request was made in the presence of some of the suspects who had appeared before Magistrate Isaac Kintu for the mention of the case.
Charles Dalton Opwonya, another lawyer on state brief asked court to adjourn the hearing over the absence of Gilbert Olanya, a key contact in the bail application. It is still unclear if MP Olanya will be presented as a surety of Kwoyelo.
Kwoyelo denied all the 93 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity brought against him by the state. He was formally charged under the penal code act and the international customary law of the domesticated Geneva Convention.
Kwoyelo was on Monday formally charged by the International Crimes Division of the High Court for 93 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity he is alleged to have committed during the conflict in Northern Uganda.
Rehema Nassuna, the Communications Officer of the International Crimes Division of the High Court, says resumption of the trial was postponed to November 12th in Gulu to give way for the bail application hearing on Tuesday.
The court has so far ordered 10 Million US dollar reparations award to victims in the case of former Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga. Lubanga is challenging the amount describing it as excessive adding that the eligibility of several victims to receive the reparations are also questionable.
The councilors accused the Town Clerk of failing to account for local revenue over the last three years and harboring harmful administrative weaknesses which have paralyzed social services in the council.