Patience Baganzi, the Bulambuli District Police Commander, says after receiving intelligence from community members about the missing gumboots, they decided to arrest all the people involved in the theft.
It's alleged that the late was last seen drinking in the bar of Nabukalu Zaina at around 9:00pm on the 29th/04/2020 and then in the morning the next day the body was found in the garden down under the cliff.
John Robert Tukei, the Elgon Region Spokesperson told Journalists that Muzakhi was arrested on Sunday evening after the deceased’s relatives demanded to know his whereabouts and filed a complaint with police.
Albert Gwaki, the Officer in Charge of Lusha Police Post, says the teenage suspect whose identity has been withheld by URN, had been locked for breaking into the home of Christopher Masiga, a prominent businessman in Namahe village.
Our reporter visited the said land over the weekend and found several families setting up houses. Lillian Wanabuko, one of the occupants told URN that they have returned to reclaim their land, saying they displaced by Karimojong rustlers.
Charles Nangai, the Bumasobo Sub county LC 3 chairman, has urged residents to work with police and provide information that will lead to the arrest of the suspects. He warned people who engage in early drinking, saying it is such people who dont work who engage in criminal activities.
Diana Nandawula, the Elgon Regional police commander identifies the deceased children as 7-yearâ€“old Sambrirus Masika, a primary one pupil of Bunabuje Primary school and his One and half year-old brother Umar Maruti.
Paul Nyanga, an area resident trespassed with a herd of cows into Bulegeni, a farm affiliated toNARO. His animals were impounded by the security guards. He then attempted to forcefully drive away his herd before Sekajja opened fire killing him instantly. In Vengeance, residents raided the farm, destroyed several property and kidnapped Sekajja whose whereabouts remained unknown.
A sixty eight year-old retired laboratory technician has been arrested in Bulambuli over the death of two children. Ben Wafula is accused of causing the death of two children when he gave them an over dose at Sipi trading center, Bulambuli district.