John Tibasiima, a resident at Bugoma landing site in Kyangwali sub-county in Kikuube wants security to be heightened to ensure that they are protected from any possible attacks by the suspected ADF militants who may retaliate.
The UK government had earlier on advised its nationals to be extremely vigilant about their security, adding that attacks on Uganda could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by foreigners...
The suspected who are facing terrorism, murder, and aggravated robbery charges, alongside the suspected ADF Commander Jamilu Mukulu declined to appear before the International Crimes Division of the High Court today on grounds that they did not have any consent to be tried through this method of technology.
Court also heard that while using video conferencing, the accused cannot whisper to their lawyers some secrets and that at times, the prison officers mute the microphones if an accused inmate starts talking about issues inside the prisons that are not good
Mukulu was arrested from Tanzania and extradited to Uganda in 2015 on charges of terrorism, murder, aggravated robbery, attempted murder and being a member of a terrorist group. He had reportedly commanded members of the allied democratic forces to acquire firearms, training and funding for dissident activities.
But Ndaatwa says that he is grateful to Rotary Club International, which responded to their pleas by establishing an amputation facility at Kagando hospital, which will serve a bigger population. According to Ndaatwa, there are many amputated persons in Kasese district, but only 148 are registered with his organization.
“Take note that the government of Uganda intends that prosecution against ………charged with belonging to Allied Defense Forces, providing Financial Assistance to terrorism shall not continue,” reads the November 26th, 2019 letter signed by the Chibita.