The two children aged between 12 and 16 years but whose identities were not readily available at the time when the accident occurred were riding on bicycle and tried to cross the road when the speeding vehicle rammed into them killing them instantly.
Fred Enanga, the Police spokesperson said that the Inspector general of police instructed the director of operations AIGP Edward Ochom to change tactics and start arresting and seizing all properties and gadgets in such bars that continue defying the COVID-19 guidelines in place.
RDC Najjuma argues that those who are easily recruited are desperate and it is because they have lost a sense of direction. These recruits are then used by unscrupulous people or groups who have selfish interests.
Addressing Journalists at Police Headquarters Naguru, Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson said that the prime suspect sheikh Rwangabo is on the run, but the teams arrested two of his accomplices Ibrahim Kaija and Muhammad Ssewakiryanga, plus 22 children who were found being trained and radicalized into ADF activities who were rescued.
The suspects have been identified as Denis Omar 27, a resident of Abochete village, and Robert Omedi 26, a resident of Syonga village in Sikuda sub-county. They are accused of allegedly killing Steven Egesa, a money changer at Mawero Market.
According to the deceased’s father Edward Mbabazi, his son disappeared from home on Saturday evening and did not return home, which prompted him to report a case of a missing person at Kyangwali Police Station.