The guard, identified as Jamal Rasul Musa, was picked up by a joint security team from his residence in Awindiri on Saturday afternoon following a tip-off by residents. Musa went into hiding after shooting Rashid Aiga on Friday night. The incident took place near Stabex Fuel station in Arua.
According to the Arua District Police Commander Dennis Ochama, who visited the scene of the crime on Wednesday, the minor, now a juvenile offender, picked a quarrel with his younger brother on Tuesday afternoon.
David Malaja, the deceased’s brother who was part of the people who picked the body from the police cells, says his brother was in good health when he was arrested. According to Malaja, he was shocked to hear that his brother had died as he was prepared to check on him.
Sharon Drifezu Candiru, a resident of Vurra customs in Vurra sub county, was arrested on Sunday at Arua California Bus terminal with a one-month-old baby girl only identified as Nicol. The mother of the baby is only identified as Jackie, a resident of Nabingo along Masaka road. When interrogated, Candiru revealed that she stole the baby because her boss failed to pay her for two months.