According to the source, the Kenyan marine guards drove the trio to Port Victoria in Kisumu city following their arrest. They appeared in court for illegal entry into Kenya and were remanded to Busia County prison until Tuesday evening when Kenyan authorities repatriated them to Uganda.
According to information obtained by URN, the minor was hit by falling blocks on Sunday afternoon killing him instantly following the collapse of their residential house. The house collapsed after heavy rains blew off the rooftop of the house while the deceased and his family members were having lunch.
According to Okumu, the minor’s father rented his room at Shillings 70,000 but has not paid rent since May to up to date. He says that he has made severally made phone calls to Mulwani’s father in Mayuge district to come and pick the children in vain.
Yokana Barasa, a worker at the carpentry workshop says that they had gone for breakfast and left their colleague using a timber grinder machine to clean the timbers meant to make a coffin, unfortunatly when they came back, they found him fallen down only to check they saw the clothe he was using as a protective gear on his head rolled tightly on the neck and the machine was on the chest.
Tusubira says that disco Matangas contribute 80% to the teenage pregnancy and early marriages in the district. He says that the dances also contravene the night time curfew and ban on social gatherings as part of the control measures against the spread of corona virus.
The husband of the deceased, Pascal Ojambo says that his wife left him in bed very early in the morning without telling him where she was going, only to know her whereabouts when he received a phone call from colleagues telling him that she had died in a gold mine.
Juliet Birungi, a trader selling green vegetables at Mawero market says that she has lost green vegetables worth 100,000 shilling to the loitering cows, and appeals to owners to tie their cows rather than causing her daily losses.
Residents launched a two days serious search on Thursday morning, they retrieved the body of Edribe Majimbo on the first days. The two bodies of Peter Wanyama and Denis Okubi we're retrieved on the second day Friday in afternoon and evening respectively.