The single mother of four daughters says she is living in excruciating pain and requires Shillings 27 million for specialized surgery to remove the shrapnel and place an implant to support her leg and hip.
"The UPDF and sister security forces have launched a full-scale onslaught on criminals interested in picking rifles, to make unpalatable the appetite for gun acquisition. The criminals' attempts on our forces shall be met with full force!" -Brigadier General Felix Kulayigye
Major Ninsiima Rwemijuma the Spokesperson of UPDF Team One, Central Region recruitment exercise explains that during the screening, intelligence officers detected Godfrey Muwanguzi a resident of Kaweweta trading center in Nakaseke who is wanted by Police in the area over cattle thefts.
Sheikh Ramadhan Mulindwa, the Kadhi of Luwero Muslim district, who visited the suspects on Wednesday, says that they pleaded their innocence and called for their immediate release. According to Sheikh Mulindwa, the suspects told him that they committed no offense to live on a hill.
Fred Lubinga, the National Unity Platform candidate for LCIII Chairperson seat in Katuugo own faulted security personnel for heavy deployment which has scared some voters from turning up at polling stations.
Speaking to Uganda Radio Network in an interview, Bishop Loum notes that the intervention of the government to pursue the ADF rebels in the neighboring is welcomed but cautioned that it shouldn’t spill into another operation and confrontation with neighbors.
Charles Bisaaso the LC 1 Chairman of Mwolwe village in Wabinyonyi sub county says that the cattle had caused damage to crops for past two years and they appealed to commanders of the barracks to take action in vain.
The Fifth Infantry Division Commander, Brig. William Bainomugisha said that he wasn’t aware of the reported entry of rustlers in Agago running away from the ongoing operations in Karamoja. He however says in any case if the rustlers sneak across the border, they would be repulsed with force due to the heavy deployment of UPDF soldiers along the Agago, Karamoja border.
Flavia Terimulungi, the UPDF 5th Infantry Division spokesperson confirmed the death of the applicant, saying that the deceased might have been on medication for an illness, which they are yet to establish.