The musician who is currently admitted at the Entebbe-based Albert Cook Hospital was initially accused of escaping with Police handcuffs, escaping from lawful custody, obstruction, inciting violence and doing a negligent act likely to spread an infection.
Walugembe burnt himself in Ssesanga's office, after failing to convince him to return his motorcycle registration number UDL 591L which had been impounded by a traffic officer Julius Ewalu for allegedly operating beyond curfew time. The Police officer allegedly suspected that the bodaboda was being used to transport passengers.
Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson Luke Owesigyire says that security personnel responded to an alert and found the group in action at around 9 p.m. The men who were armed with clubs, hammers and machetes raided a residence in the area and started demolishing houses that were occupied by nine residents.
According to preliminary information, Walugembe had gone to the police station to follow up on his motorcycle registration number UEF 145L that was impounded on Monday this week during the night time curfew.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango has said that the suspects were arrested in an operation that was carried out in Kampala metropolitan areas of Kasangati, Kawempe, Kabalagala, Katwe, and other areas on Saturday and today.
Patrick Onyango Kampala metropolitan police spokesman said that in the third incident that was conducted at Busega-Mityana Roundabout where the group hurled a flammable liquid in the bottle to a government vehicle registration number UG 0199K, a Toyota Fortune on June 26, 2020. This explosive busted into flames on the co-driver's side but the public nearby extinguish the fire.
Musinguzi of Abitex promotions and Mukasa of Bajjo events had invited artists, promoters and comedians for a meeting at Calendar Prestige Hotel in Makindye. The meeting was meant to discuss plans of resuming music shows.
According to police, the suspects have been conducting their criminal activities in Katwe, Kabalagala, Abayita Ababili, Jinja and Mbale towns together with their sister, Talal Kaibo and grandmother, Wahil Ibrahim who are still at large.
Ronald Kazibwe, the Chairperson Kafumbe zone denied claims that they have plans to stage a demonstration, saying police could have deployed after seeing street vendors operating at the entrance of the market.
Last week, Police officers conducting an operation in Kyebando, Kisalosalo zone in Kampala bundled up to 17 people found operating nonfood businesses on a patrol van. None of the suspects nor police officer had protective wear like masks, which exposed them to Covid19 infection. This has been same practice in different parts of the country.
when he was asked to explain, he couldn’t show any proof of his work even though he had noted earlier that he was open to discussions or even trial regarding efficacy of his medicine. When the Police and NDA visited his home in Bweyogerere, all they found were packs of unbranded drugs and a Bunsen burner.
Osia explained that he exchanged three cows with Karimojong warriors in 2014 for the firearm. According to Osia, he was compelled to acquire the firearm to protect his kraal of seventy cattle them from Karimojong cattle thieves.
The Ibanda District Police Commander, Emily Angomoku, says he was informed on Sunday evening that the suspect had hanged himself in police cells. “We have started investigations in the suicide as we wait for a postmortem report,” he said.
Some of the residents were attacked from within their homes during curfew hours, according to Enomu. He explains that the officers didn’t only breach the presidential directive of not torturing residents but also broke into houses and causing harm.