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.
The deceased identified as Brenda Nansubuga, a senior three student at St. Elizabeth Social Centre-Gulama, was a lone occupant of the house, at the time of the attack. The deceaseds mother had gone for a function in Kampala, only to find her daughters body lying in a pool of blood, upon her return.
Dr. Moses Nkanika, the Lyantonde District Health Officer-DHO, says theres a possibility that the victims consumed meat from infected cows, sheep and goats. He says two other patients died after being referred to Mabarara Regional Hospital.
Matia Kalemba, the Kigasa B Village Council chairperson, confirmed the incident, saying Kulabirawo was alone at home at the time of the incident. He explains that this is the first incident of its kind in the area where assailants murdered their victim and torched his house.
Annet Nabaggala, the Kyotera District Engineer, Rakai is meant to complete the bridge and officially hand it over to Kyotera. She however, says the construction work stalled mysteriously paralyzing transport in the area.
According to information obtained by our reporter, two armed thugs donning military uniform stopped Kayongos private car at around 3am claiming to be operatives from the Special Forces Command. They reportedly persuaded Kayongo to surrender his pistol to help them in their operation since President Yoweri Museveni was expected in Kyotera the following day.
He is wanted for conniving with others still at large to attack Nakaana on Tuesday last week. Nakaana is lying in hospital in critical condition. Police locked up the constable following pressure by residents and local authorities.
District Land Board members are appointed by the district council and approved by the Ministry of Lands. But in this case, after the council endorsed the names, Dr Muhumuza allegedly created another minute in which he replaced the name of Katokoozi, the designated land board chairperson with Nkalubo.
The protest followed the death of a 90-year-old woman, who collapsed and died after losing a battle to reclaim 10-acres of land said to have been taken over the diocese. The deceased was identified as Maliseria Nakintu 90, a resident of Butale-Kaduggala village.