Nagirinya’s father, Francis Lubowa and siblings rushed to Natete Police station hoping that police would use the Closed Circuit Television –CCTV security cameras to trace for the vehicle but they were told the cameras were under lock and key.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says Twaruhukwa has taken over the case because he is the Legal Director of Uganda Police Force-UPF whose guidance is vital in ensuring that the accused officers are prosecuted as directed by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni last week.
Kampala Metropolitan police has registered at least 187 crime incidents, which have been investigated or still under investigation as a result of crime scenes recorded by CCTV cameras erected on various streets and roads. On February 24th, 2019, CCTV cameras captured a man who stole a mobile phone at Kampala road.
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.