Commissioner Mary Oduka Ochan faulted Mutungi about the manner, in which police handled the evictions. Commissioner Fredrick Ruhindi also questioned Mutungi why only local people fall victims of police brutally and illegal evictions during land conflicts.
The raid, followed intelligence information about a stolen taxi registration number UAQ 723E that was being vandalized inside the garage. Two patrol vehicles full of armed personnel were dispatched to the garage last evening, and, the motor vehicle was found without an engine and tyres.
It is alleged that Mufumbiro hanged himself using a piece of cloth. Mufumbiro, a motorist attached to Kaziminji boda-boda stage, in Jinja town was on Thursday arrested after failing to pay a 300,000 shillings debt owed to Pride Microfinance Bank.
Kiira Regional Police Commander Paul Nkore says that police acted on a tip off from informers about the planned robbery. Nkore adds that two of the suspects died on spot, while the third one was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.
Micah Avubieng, the Community Liaison Officer at Arua Central Police Station, says the construction was executed by a team of officers from Police headquarters led by Anatoli Muletera, the Assistant Commissioner Community Affairs Uganda Police Force.
A reliable source at the police criminal Investigation Directorate CID told URN that plan is underway to have Zaake arrested and aligned at the Gulu Magistrate Court next week when his 33 co-accused appear for mention the treason case against them
The victim says that he came to Uganda as a refugee from South Sudan in October but on reaching Moyo district, he was informed that his mother had re-married in Jinja town. While in Jinja he was approached by Kaduyu, who promised to offer him a job as he searches for his mother.
The statement was issued two days after police blocked a planned concert at One Love Beach Busabala, on grounds that Bobi Wine had not obtained security clearance for the concert. Police set up three road blocks and stopped all vehicles that were heading to One Love Beach for the concert on Boxing Day.
The angry youths led by Moses Bigirwa, the Kamuli District Democratic Party Chairperson lit old tires in the middle of the highway to express dissatisfaction with the police decision to block the concerts of Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, the Kyandondo East Member of parliament.