Nambooze raised the concerns after unidentified machete-wielding thugs sneaked into her residence atNakabago cell, Ntawo ward in Mukono municipality in the wee hours of Tuesday morning and threatened to kill her.
Yiga, commonly known as ‘abizaayo’ reportedly used his Television Station to tell the public that there was no Coronavirus in Africa . He coined his argument on the fact that no single death had been declared in a number of countries, yet in the west, nations that were battling the disease had lost lives in hundreds.
News of the withdraw of police officers from all KCCA installations and homes of Directors started circulating on Sunday night until was confirmed on Monday afternoon by Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga.
Onyango declined to confirm whether or not the six were arrested for political reasons insisting that their meeting wasn’t authorized by police. He says after arresting the suspects, police recovered red berets and red overalls, which are synonymous with People Power activists.
Prosecution told court that on September 18th, 2019 while at Mabito in Nateete in Rubaga Division, the accused persons including 70 women and 65 men were found with smashed and rolled sticks of marijuana ranging from 18 to 40 without lawful excuse.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, confirmed Ssewanyana’s arrest, saying he is being questioned to establish his role in Tumusiime’s death. According to Onyango, the deceased’s relatives insist that he was thumped to death by Ssewanya and his group.
Nagirinya was kidnapped outside her home in Lungujja, Rubaga Division alongside her driver cum Boda boda rider, Ronald Kitayimbwa on August 8th, 2019. Their lifeless bodies were found dumped at Nama Sub County in Mukono district three days later.
According to Oweisigire, the first fire incident happened on Thursday evening when the annex housing a saloon and gym burnt to ashes. He says the second incident was recorded on Friday morning when fire started in the main house in the sitting room but was put off.
Onyango says to his surprise, Kato’s boss discovered that several mobile phones and items had been sold but the money was nowhere to be seen. It is at this point that he notified police, saying Kato could be hiding with his money and not kidnapped as claimed.
Michael Kisitu, the coordinator of the project International Organization for Migration told the meeting that the project is intended at boosting trust between slum communities and police to exchange ideas on preventing radicalization and strengthening stability to fight crimes such as terrorism.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Spokesperson Kampala Metropolitan Police, says the suspects are locked up at Wandegeya Police Station for inciting violence. He declined to divulge details, saying the operation that led to the arrest of the suspects was conducted by KCCA, which handed them to police.
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson has confirmed the development, saying the King was unhappy with the sound of guns being fired by the officers in the kingdom chambers, which is about 100 meters from his palace.