A call print out from the mystery number also showed that, the same number would call another person each time they spoke with Nalinya. This particular number was traced to the assassination scene in Bulenga in Wakiso District. CMI operatives then began trying to figure out the owners of the phone numbers that were switched off.
Media reports indicate that Otti was killed by Kony for allegedly spying for the Government. Isaac Okwir, who works for the Justice and Reconciliation project, asked why court has delayed to confirm Ottis death yet some people who returned from the bush claim to have witnessed the brutal killing.
To Ngujja, Katerega was a Muslim cleric who has been devoted to serving his religion, adding that he has been donating Islamic materials to mosques and leading prayers at home and in Kampala where he was an imam in one of the mosques.
In her ruling, Justice Jane Persis Kiggundu denied Nyanzi bail on several grounds including the fact that he doesnt have a fixed place of residence. She observed that according to court documents, Nyanzi lives in three places including Kyempisi, Nansana and Nakawa, which makes it difficult to track him.
The Supreme Court has ordered for the trial of former Lord\'s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel commander Thomas Kwoyelo. The Attorney General had appealed to the Supreme Court against a Constitutional Court decision that Kwoyelo had a right to receive amnesty like other former LRA rebels under the Amnesty Act.
The Ritual Cleansing ceremony at Acholi Chiefdom in Bar dege division in Gulu Municipality on Thursday also saw all of the 84 returnees receive amnesty certificates, a confirmation that they will not be arrested for any crimes committed in relations to the LRA war.
The group which was under the overall leadership of a suspected ADF Commander whose name has been withheld not to compromise the investigations is being investigated for rebel activities and murder of more than 7 people in the area.
People who were granted amnesty after surrendering to the police in the aftermath of the July 5, 2014 attacks in Bundibugyo district are living in fear of being arrested by the security agencies as unannounced operations are mounted in the area.
The development comes just days after president Yoweri Museveni accepted a call for pardon from Rwenzori region leaders to all people who participated in the recent attacks on security installations and civilians in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo and Ntoroko. The call led to the establishment of two reception centers through which those seeking amnesty channel their applications.