The fire that started at 9.00pm on Sunday torched both the senior three and senior four boys dormitories as the students were still having their evening revision (preps). The cause of the fire has not yet been established.
The trio was injured Wednesday when the driver of the ambulance registration number H4DF 2167 Corporal Edward Kasozi lost control and rammed into shops while rushing Private Lawrence Mugisha from Moroto to Bombo military hospital.
Mulawa is reported to have traveled to Moroto district with other livestock dealers in March 2022. It is alleged that while in Moroto, unidentified people convinced him to join the gold and mercury business.
According to information obtained by URN, Ogwal checked into the guesthouse on Sunday night. He reportedly spent the entire Monday having informal chats with guest house employees before retiring to his room in the night.
Michael Kilegeya, a resident within the area says that the children’s parents left about a week ago, living them under the care of neighbors who ensured their well-being and it was shocking how one of them suffocated to death.
Geere, a resident of Budwege village, in Bulamagi sub-county, Iganga district, was arrested on Tuesday after publicly confessing that he participated in ending the life of his neighbour, Faziri Maada, on December 24, 2021. But his confession evoked emotions among residents who torched his house and attempted to lynch him in revenge.
Kalogo says that the truck driver, alongside his two other colleagues who were donned in hoods covering their whole faces jumped out of the vehicle and started battering him unsparingly, while accusing him of causing the accident, and then shot his son who bled profusely and died.
“A woman whom we are yet to identify opened a kiosk in this area yesterday (Friday). She hired electricians to illegally connect power in her premises, which I highly think might have been the main trigger behind today’s electricity circuit,” he said.
Abas Faama, the Nakilulwe Village LC I Chairperson, says that he has been receiving complaints from residents about a stranger roaming the village with a firearm to conduct night patrols and extort money from unsuspecting civilians. He stresses that the suspect together with others still at large would also snatch money and handbags from women at gunpoint.
The Busoga East Police Commander, Anatolli Katungwesi says that they tracked down the suspects in their hideouts in the outskirts of Iganga town. He, however, says that the prime suspect is still at large.