Kamya is a businessman also known for having started Masavu Football Club in Entebbe. In his statement, he confessed that he operates all over Kampala Metropolitan Policing Area particularly along Entebbe Road, Wakiso, Kira and Nansana.
Today, the Prosecutors led by Jackeline Kainobwisho told the court presided over by Senior Grade One Magistrate Roselyn Nsenge that she needs to first bring more than 2,000 complainants in the matter, before responding to a bail application by the two suspects.
On Wednesday, the assessor Aliana Anastasia advised Justice Moses Kazibwe to convict Bagyenda and two of his co accused including Innocent Bainomugisha, a cleaner and a casual labourer Vincent Rwahwire.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says luck ran out for Kamya in Bweyogerere where he defrauded several agents. Police conducted a search in his vehicle where 51 mobile phones were recovered.
Ian Rumanyika, the Assistant Commissioner Public and Cooperate Affairs in the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control, says they found bundles of papers in size of a dollar and some liquid among other things.
Sources at Matugga police station told URN that when Scene of Crime Officers visited the couple's home, they observed that the deceased’s body had serious scratches and some born dislocations an indicator that she had been strangled to death leading to the arrest of Lukyamuzi.
According to preliminary reports recorded at Kibiri Police post, Sserunkuma was reported to have been mobbed to death by a mob on suspicion that he was part of the gangs that were terrorizing the area.
It is alleged that Major Otim a resident of Palukere East Village in Attiak Sub County Amuru district last year on 15th December mobilized hundreds of his family members to attack Pali Pali Clan also in Attiak Sub County following the death of his brother George Obol.
According to police, Mugerwa was arrested by police officers deployed at Paniafrica Company Limited when they saw him wearing the UPDF chain, which contains the registration number and name of individual UPDF soldiers.
The Deputy Criminal Investigations Officer Kotido Central Police Station, Esther Nakasi says four herds boys were killed in the gunfire. Three of them died on spot while the fourth breathed his last at Kamor Health Centre II.