Dhuku told journalists that he contacted facilitators to help him retool health workers who risked missing out if the training was called off. “I secured a small grant and a team of experts to retool health workers in handling outbreaks, my humble prayer is for the authorities to pardon us,” he said.
John Kyangwa, a witch doctor from Namisambya village was lynched on Friday for allegedly masterminding ritual killings in the community. Unidentified woman was lynched in Kamuli municipality for allegedly attempting to steal a baby from a commuter taxi.
The accident which occurred on Sunday involved a commuter taxi registration number, UAZ 861J from Jinja district which burst its tyres and knocked a motorcycle carrying two passengers who died instantly.
It is alleged that assailants first locked 15 houses in the neighborhood with padlocks around 2:00am in the wee hours of this morning before attacking their victims. Residents were only saved by early passersby who heard them crying for help and opened the doors.
The deceased include; 45-year-old Taibu Isabirye, his wife Sylvia Namukasa aged 40 years and 13-year-old Erinah Nabirye, all residents of Kinawanpere village in Bulopa sub-county, Kamuli district. They were knocked dead by a Toyota Noor series registration number, UAP 239V whose driver is on the run.
Samuel Bamwole was granted a non-cash bail of 2million shillings by Sumanya Kasule, the Kamuli Grade One Magistrate. Bamwole was last week, arrested for defiling a 13-year-old girl and later luring her into abortion.