Rwahoima also says on July 16, 2015 the association members in Mugusu Sub County collected Shillings 3,270,000 million, which she deposited on the association account in Centenary Bank statement on July 20, 2015.
The President revealed this during a national address on the state of security at State House, Entebbe. He said that the arrested individuals are suspected for masterminding the murder of Prosecutor Joan Kagezi, muslim clerics, former Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga and Major Kiggundu, among others.
Nzoghu says that during the course of last week, he noticed people trailing him from home and around different spots in Kampala. He says that although he does not know why he is being trailed, he needs assurance from the government that his security is guaranteed.
President Museveni is optimistic that the deployment will go a long way in curtailing such crimes until other security measures like the installation of security cameras in major towns are implemented. But Members of Parliament are worried that the deployment will instead increase the number of guns in the hands of unprofessional people.
John Bosco Muruli, the Supervisor Wambabya Central Forest Reserve, says the suspects were found carrying out illegal activities including bush clearing, charcoal burning, lumbering and cultivation among others.
Pascal Opio, a fisherman attached to Mbegu Landing site in Tonya parish in Buseruka Sub County in Hoima district, says they have lost several fishermen believed to have been thrown by fellow fishermen in the Lake since the BMUs were disbanded.
The members of the pressure group told journalists in Kampala that the Ugandan government should be held liable for violating the rights of its people and sanctioning inhumane and degrading treatment against those in custody.
Police spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, says some of the politicians were found with firearms, adding that they will subject the bullets from the scene to ballistic analysis to establish, which gun released the killer bullets.
Lutukumoi however, says he was convinced to return to his party after the grand DP reunion on August 3, 2018 because the party leaders have taken laudable steps to address the trivial conflicts that had always bedeviled Ugandas oldest party. He told URN in an email that as he waits to make an official return to DP, his heart; mind and soul have never left the party despite joining government.
The process includes the reopening of the file, reassessing the scene of the crime and tracing any possible witnesses to the shooting that occurred more than 15 months ago. Kaweesi was gunned down together with his bodyguard Kenneth Erau and driver Godfrey Wambewo on March 17, 2017, a few meters from his home in Kulambiro, a suburb of Kampala.