The 16 were apprehended today, Sunday in Nadunget Sub County during a peaceful identification exercise for over 1,700 impounded cattle from Kodonyo and Napar-Kwangan parishes in Lopuyo Sub County, Moroto district.
“Susan's being in office today, is a sign that we are not in a fight, it is a chance for her prepare and leave office honourably as we await official handover” the RCC added.
It remains to be seen if Susan will manage to enter the office as the new week begins.
OBR had looked set to celebrate its first coronation anniversary in 5 years since the arrest of Mumbere when the Kingdom prime minister Joseph Kule Muranga announced last week that the cultural leader had called for coronation activities.
The warning was issued by UPDF Spokesman Edrin Mawanda on Saturday at Nadunget holding ground where at least 1,000 head of cattle are impounded by the joint forces from Kaisin, Kodonyo and Natapara –kwangan parishes in Loputuk Sub County in Moroto district.
It’s reported that the the attackers first hacked the mother to death and also hacked the father and daughter, after which they took off, without taking any property from the home, an indication that they just came to take life.
The suspect has been identified as Annet Zahra, a resident of Seme village in Buhehe sub-county. She is accused of kidnapping a 13 year old girl with intention to traffic the minor to an unknown destination in neighboring Kenya.
A policeman attached to Wamala Regional Police and a suspect have died in a shootout as unknown assailants attacked a Chinese wood factory and made away with unspecified amount of money in Kassanda District.
Although the hospital has an oxygen plant, its production does not match the demand especially during the surge of COVID_19. The current plant which has the capacity to produce 30 oxygen cylinders is now producing at least 25 yet the unit uses approximately 60 cylinders per day.
According to John Paul Mpalanyi, the Kyotera County MP, who is spearheading the campaign, the majority of coffee farmers are worried that the legislation is intended to give more powers to the government to cripple their efforts.
Agness Nandutu, the Bududa woman MP and state minister for Karamoja affairs said resettling the people of Bududa in faraway places will not help them because they are used to their fertile areas where they can practice farming, adding that people were relocated to new environments where their productive farming skills and culture could not be applied like Kiryandongo and Bunambutye.
He immediately appealed against both the conviction and sentence by the Magistrate but High Court judge Jane Frances Abodo dismissed his appeal on 25th October 2018. Rwakasama again appealed against the decision of High Court on grounds that the appellant judge (Justice Abodo) erred in law when she confirmed the conviction based on unreliable and uncorroborated evidence of a single identifying witness.