The Congolese soldiers were arrested on Friday night last week while robbing Ugandan fishermen of their boats, nets and boat Engines near Bugoigo landing site in Buliisa district and Dei in Pakwach district.
The UPDF officers who were patrolling the village found a group of youths who had placed a big poster of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu in Jjagala trading center playing music as the cleaned their presidential candidate's poster and fired bullets to disperse them. They arrested three and detained them at Jjagala police post.
Male Mabirizi has written to the clerk of Parliament Jane Kibirige asking her to block the appointment of General Paul Lokech who has been appointed the Deputy Inspector General of Police on grounds that it is an illegality.
Maj. Gen. Sam Kavuma, the Deputy Commander of the Land Forces said that the violence and brutality which is currently being witnessed in the country during the campaign is an indication that the need for massive awareness against violence is paramount.
Captain Joseph Maada, the 303 Brigade Counter Intelligence Officer told Uganda Radio Network that the reason Kalyango committed suicide is still being investigated since he did not have any misunderstanding with his colleagues in the barracks.
Byekwaso, who is also the representative of the army in Parliament since 2016, has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Public Administration and Management degrees from Makerere University.
Gasangwa’s wife Sandra Kirabo says that her husband was picked from their home in Kabawo zone, in the outskirts of Kampala, by the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence-CMI operatives on May 10, 2020. She recalls that his captors had radio call gadgets, pistols, and a car.
Presiding over the handover of the ammunitions at Afoji border on Wednesday the Resident District Commissioner Moyo Bob Williams Labeja said the SPLA soldiers were shot due to mistaken identity since they were not in uniform.
He reportedly forged 13 fuel cards and presented them to Total Fuel Station in Bwebajja claiming that he had been authorised by the commander of the Land Forces to obtain the said funds, which was false. Kababure pleaded not guilty to the charges and was remanded to Makindye Military Police Quarterguard until June 29 as investigations continue.