Both day and night patrols will continue until the new lockdown is lifted and residents in the area have been told to remain at home and to avoid unnecessary movements which may cause their arrest. meantime, Uniform and plainclothed police and armed officers are patrolling the communities to put out the fire and to clear the barricades out of the roads, and to enforce the law.
According to information obtained by our reporter, the duo’s campaign agents from Butiti, Mpaama and Nsozibiri villages in Lwanda sub-county was driving in an unspecified vehicle when they were intercepted by a group of stick-wielding men.
According to Mutebi, Nsubuga was the first to be taken from his home at Namaseenene on May 18th by four operatives, two of whom armed. Nsubuga’s mother, Scholastica Nanteza, says her son was shot twice in the leg as he attempted to run to his house.
Rakai Resident District Commissioner Charles Mubiru says that the individuals were intercepted at Kamuli village in Kibanda sub-county. At the same place, police intercepted two Burundians and a Ugandan who had crossed from Tanzania in April.