The funds comprise of 16 million Shillings meant for capacity building of school management committees, 17 million Shillings for monitoring of the UNICEF program, and the 3.2 million Shillings allocated to monitoring of the 2019 primary leaving exams.
Diana Nandawula, the Kiira Regional Police Publicist says that the second gun was found at a residence in works zone, Nile Crescent road in Jinja town. It is suspected that the gun was abandoned by one of the guards, who plotted the robbery.
The victim says that he came to Uganda as a refugee from South Sudan in October but on reaching Moyo district, he was informed that his mother had re-married in Jinja town. While in Jinja he was approached by Kaduyu, who promised to offer him a job as he searches for his mother.
Our reporter saw Scene of Crime Officers visiting a crime scene dressed casually. Suwed Manshur, the Elgon Region Spokesperson, confirms the challenge, saying transport is a general problem in the force.
Nangobi alleges that on July 2nd 2018, Daaki tasked her to monitor a mother who had gone through cesarean section but she couldnt stay around until late in the night since she is pregnant. She requested Daaki to allow her to leave but he instead slapped her and forced her back into the ward.
Annet Nakazzi, another resident says Abiriga waved to children while driving in his yellow Volkswagen car with his bodyguard and promised to return after breaking his fast not knowing that he was driving in an ambush.