Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says that Muhumuza was put at gunpoint by two thugs dressed in civilian clothes armed with a pistol and robbed him of 8 million shillings, two phones and a motorcycle registration number UEM 149X Bajaj. The incident happened at around 1 pm on Saturday in Kagadi town.
Sakwa ran to the high court after he was interdicted on May 4, 2020, following his arrest and prosecution for manslaughter, malicious damage and theft. He was accused of causing the death of a businessman, Charles Isanga who had allegedly defied measures announced by the president, to control the spread of coronavirus disease.
Through his lawyers M/S Ortus Advocates, the legislator says Kankiriho with intentions to defame, ridicule and demean his person, published and distributed defamatory text messages in a WhatsApp group belonging to members of Mitooma district.
Eng. Frank Kitumba was evicted by a team from the University Estates, Works Directorate, security guards and police officers in what his lawyers described the eviction as unfortunate and contempt of the law.
Appearing before Beatrice Kainza, the City Hall Grade One Magistrate on Tuesday, Chelangat, who is also the last state witness said she had found significant similarities in the signatures on documents the accused used for receipting the money and their statements.
It is alleged that, on Monday, the suspects intercepted Kenneth Wetaka’s car, Fuso registration number; UBD 415S which was carrying 10 tons of sugar valued at 131.6 million Shillings, undressed him and fled off with his property.
Flavior Terimurungi, the Masaka Armored Brigade, Spokesperson, says she hasnt received any complaints from Lugemwas family about his disappearance. She also said police has not informed them anything related to the incident.
Lugemwas youngest wife, Nazziwa says her children havent returned to school because of nonpayment of school fees. She also says her landlord has already issued her an eviction notice because she has not paid for January.
Kiyimba told police that he had received death threats through phone calls and messages for almost three days. He provided police with the numbers that had been used to threaten him prompting the Flying Squad Unit to swing into action.
Banobas testimony contradicted evidence on a 41 minute video footage presented to the Commission by Umar Ssebuyungo, an Operations Officer in the Uganda Peoples Defense Reserve Force showing men destroying peoples houses and plantations.