Magganda Rajab, a resident of Nasenyi sub county said that the speeding taxi wanted to overtake a bus which was ahead of them and hit the boda boda rider who was carrying a mango vendor before it hit the Raum car.
The man is Yolamu Mudu, 60, a traditional healer and resident of Dalatau village in Nabugalo Parish, Kameruka sub county in Budaka district allegedly attacked his wife, Gimbo Rose, 38 and cut her severally who later succumbed to the injuries. Police says thereafter, Mudu hanged himself in his shrine.
Kungu is one of the seven people who died as a result of the twin bombing when explosions hit the Central Police Station in Kampala and the IPS building along parliament avenue on Tuesday. The attacks that came one after the other left more than 30 people injured.
The Bukedi North Police Spokesperson, Immaculate Alaso explains that the deceased left home on November 15th, 2021 to attend a dance party in the home of George Kamba but didn’t inform anyone where she was heading.
Eighty-four-year-old Jaliwo Mulongo, a resident of Nangada Village in Kabuna Sub-County managed to kill one of the attackers and injured another when they stormed his home around 8:30 pm to steal Shillings 200,000 he received under the Social Assistance Grants Empowerment [SAGE] program.
Budaka Resident District Commissioner, Tom Chesol, says the duo is locked up at Budaka Central Police Station in connection to the break-in at the EC offices. He explains that the two police officers were deployed for guard duties at the Electoral Commission premises on Friday last week.
Julius Ceaser Tusingwire, the Bukedi Region Police Commander told Uganda Radio Network that the Police officers who were enforcing the curfew at 4:00 AM on Saturday morning tried stopping the boda boda ridder but refused to stop
The pupils include Sharif Mugega, a P7 pupil at Royal Junior and Primary School in Kamonkoli and Lemy Kagezi from Family Hope Project Primary school in P6 class who went missing July 19th and June 29th respectively.
Wilson James Salaam, Budaka District Police Commander says that police received a tip from an informant that there was a car hidden in a grass-thatched hut and the number plate covered with black polythene, kavera at market B a popular drinking joint in Budaka town council.
A woman in Budaka district has been arrested for burning the hands of her son as punishment for stealing 200 shillings from her bedroom. The woman Namuzungu Nusula (37) tied the hands of her errant son together, doused them with paraffin and lit a match on them.