Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police spokesperson, says they initially suspected that the teenager had been lured to go and work when his family reported his disappearance since no one had contacted them for ransom
Enanga says they also received information indicating that Matovu was also being hunted by police in Matugga town council in Wakiso district for kidnapping, Daniella Nakakembo and Johnson Segawa on May 12, 2019.
Shouting on top of their voices, the angry residents accused Pastor Musai of illegally occupying their land and deploying a militia to terrorize them. Police used live bullets and teargas to disperse the angry residents and restore calm.
He said the group has on several occasions put up illegal roadblocks to terrorize the people entering or leaving the sub county.
The two-week-long recruitment exercise started yesterday in the districts of Gulu, Lyantonde, Kaabong, Lamwo and Kampala, before moving to Kotido, Kitgum, Amuru, Kyotera and Kampala Central Division, this morning.
“We were swung into action after being alerted by residents who cited this gun lying in the bush where they had gone to fetch firewood. I and other senior officers have visited the scene and recorded statements from the locals within the neighboring vicinity,” he says.
Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that police personnel, acting on intelligence tips have raided garages, motorcycle shops and spare parts outlets in Nateete, Katwe and Nalukolongo, in operations that have so far led to the recovery of 45 motorcycles and the arrest of 13 suspects.
The deceased’s boss, Paul Mukisa, says the thugs appear to have fled with the Bajaj boxer registration number UES 558G the deceased was riding after killing him. According to Mukisa, they got concerned when the deceased didn’t return home on Sunday, which was unusual.
The women activists convened at Bat Valley Primary School and led a procession to parliament but were intercepted by police. They were held at Kampala Central Police Station-CPS for two hours and released.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said the guns were recovered in the past five months through intelligence led crackdowns. He says majority of the guns have since established to have been stolen from private security guards.
“I don’t know what to tell you. I wait for my time when I will also die. After all, even my child has died,” she told our reporter who tried to inquire how she was managing. Draru was first raped in March 2015 as she returned from Ayipe Trading Centre around 8pm.
Deputy Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, said the gun was recovered on Friday after, Nicholas Igumba, a resident in the area alerted police about a gun abandoned in a banana plantation.
CID Director, Grace Akullo, attributes the unresolved cases to a number of factors such as disappearance of suspects, waiting for deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) tests especially for defilement and rape cases.