Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson, confirmed the detention of the suspected criminals to Uganda Radio Network. Hakiza explained that these operations were authorized due to a surge in reported cases concerning assaults on residents, including pedestrians and motorists.
The suspects were arrested from Kiryatete East, a suburb of Hoima city following complaints from area residents especially the business community regarding the escalating thefts and attacks by suspected criminals in the area.
State Minister for Defense, Oleru Huda Abason, who was the chief guest, promised Olango that she would pursue his request by consulting with the Ministry of Public Service to determine if his age would allow him to be reenrolled.
It is alleged that Byamugisha and Kimula in 2017 while in Kampala Capital City with intent to defraud opened fictitious bank accounts number 2043160022366 and later renewed to 204206051074101 in Pride Microfinance City Branch in the name of late Major General James Kazini's widow Mosiko Lela and falsely obtained 62 million Shillings.
The two officers; Brigadier General Christopher Kasaija, the commandant of the UPDF Air-force wing and the Deputy Commander of the Special Forces Command (SFC) Brigadier General Charity Bainababo observed that although political and military colonialism receded decades ago, a new form of colonialism through cultural impositions was knocking on the door.
Prior to the launch, several streets in the central business district of the city have been harboring huge filthy heaps of poorly disposed garbage something the authorities blamed on widespread street vending along the major roads. As part of the celebrations, the UPDF officials are expected to also clean Arua Regional Referral Hospital and Oli health center IV among other activities.
Col Asiimwe explained that African countries need each other and none of them can work independently, asking them to report all Al-Shabaab elements to security forces to restore peace and security throughout the country.
The Court heard that between December 1st, 2021, and December 5th, 2021 at Entebbe Air force Military Base in Wakiso District, without authorization, Batte and five others moved and accessed the Air Drone Wing which was an act prejudicing the security of the Defense Forces.
The gun was recovered on Friday evening from a Rwandan National identified as Theo jean Hafasha, 30, who was smoked out of a pastor's residence and led the securoty operatives to where he had hidden the gun
The court heard that between December 1, 2021, and December 5th, 2021 while at Entebbe Airforce Military Base in Wakiso District, the accused persons without authorization accessed the UPDF Air Drone Wing, which is prejudicial to the defense forces. .
The suspects some of whom have been in detention since 2020 attacked Karombo Military Detach in Zombo District which led to the deaths of five UPDF soldiers on March 6, 2020, and another attack in July 2021.