The guards have been identified as Tom Amon Bazalirwaki, a resident of Izahura village in Harugale Sub County, Bundibugyo District and Frank Alinda, a resident of Kyezera, Mugusu sub county in Kabarole district.They were discovered dead at 5:30am on Wednesday by residents of Kaidole village, Bundibugyo town council.
Major Ronald Kakurungu, the UPDF 2nd Division Spokesperson, says there is need to deploy in the mountains to avoid further attacks on communities. He explains that there are reports that some unknown people are regrouping and are planning to carry out more attacks in low lands.
Christine Bbira, a businesswoman in Ntandi trading center says the clashes have come at a time when her business was booming. Bbira, who operates a wholesale shop, says that her shop has remained closed since Tuesday.
Two people are dead after an attack on a Kasese police post last night. One of the dead is a police officer identified as Charles Kasimba. The other deceased was part of the gang of eight attackers who is yet to be identified.
Balyebula 41, a resident of Bugombwa village in Busaru Sub County area is the elder brother of 35-year-old Jane Mampite, one of the victims of the Bundibugyo district post-election clashes. Mampite, who was seven months pregnant and expecting twins, was killed together with her 3 year- old- daughter Rehema Bbira in cold blood.
â€œOn account of those chauvinistic ideas being bandied around for so long, it seems some groups hatched this criminal scheme that has caused the death of so many people. Apart from killing 51 of the attackers, we have captured 65 others. We shall get to the truth and will punish those involvedâ€
Twenty youths from Busongora stormed Parliament on Monday to protest the ongoing tribal clashes in Kasese and Bundibugyo districts. At least 72 people have been killed following separate attacks by unknown gunmen in Bundibugyo, Kasese and Ntoroko districts over the weekend.