Uganda is maintaining a nighttime curfew which starts from 9 pm to 5: 30 a.m, as one of the measures to control the movement of people and human to human interactions, known to be a super spreader of the COVID-19 virus.
According to a statement released on November 8, the cause list has 20 appeals against the conviction on charges of aggravated defilement while 15 appellants want the Court to quash murder convictions.
According to Hamada Mayanja, the father to Kakwezi and Mbabazi, the Kaliba family, Mitala’s father and the two parliamentary staff met in a closed-door meeting at Mountains of the Moon Hotel in Fort Portal to discuss an out-of-court settlement since the families of the victims were already pursuing the case.
Mitala who was riding the motorcycle was carrying two sisters; Shamilah Mbabazi and Aminah Kakwezi, both residents of Kiteere in Central Division, sustained head injuries and a sharp object tore apart the flesh on his right thigh.
According to the Rwenzori West Regional Police Spokesperson Vincent Twesigye, the deceased have been identified as Esther Kahunde and Nimrod Bagonza, the Captain of St George Clinic Football Club in Fort Portal. The two were moving in a Spacio motor vehicle, which has been badly damaged.
According to Ajuna, police has failed to explain why they have arrested his agents yet candidates of other parties, especially National Resistance Movement- NRM, have their posters pinned allover the city.
Some of the motorcycles were found carrying passengers in contradiction of the presidential directive on operations of motorcycles, while others were found on the road during the night curfew time and overcrowding.
The unnamed police officers were arrested on Monday on the orders of Kabarole Resident District Commissioner, Steven Asimwe when they showed up at Mpanga market in East Division without waering face masks.
Vincent Twesigye, the Rwenzori West Region Police spokesperson, says the suspects together with two others still at large attacked 30-year-old Maurice Baluku, a security guard attached to Security Africa Company on Monday night and stole his rifle with 3 rounds.
On Wednesday, the court presided over by the Grade Two Magistrate Nathan Mulindwa heard that on Monday while in Bunyangabu district, Mugarama slapped Muhindo. According to the prosecution, Mugarama was trying to block the RDC and the coronavirus taskforce from taking away the government vehicle in line with the presidential directive.
According to the interdiction letter written by the Town Clerk Fort Portal Municipal Council, Godfrey Bamanyisa, it is alleged that Busobozi solicited a bribe of 10million Uganda Shillings from M/S Don Uganda Limited. The company is in the process of building a fuel station along Tibeyalirwa Road in Fort Portal municipality.
According to the Rwenzori Region Police Spokesperson, Lydia Tumushabe, the deceased has been identified as Mugenyi Ronald, 19, a resident of Rugombe in Kyenjojo district. He was riding on a Bajaja motorcycle registration number UEG 651T.
Godliver Twinomugisha, the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigations Department at Fort Portal Police Station, says their attempts to apprehend the kidnapper hit a dead end because he used a stolen mobile phone from the childs relative about one week back.
Almost 14 years after his death, Court in Fort Portal today ruled that Owobusobozi Bisakas driver was negligent and he caused the death of George Kasenene Tibamwenda, a district official in Kyenjojo who was killed in a hit-and-run accident in 2004. Bisaka was however cleared of culpability.