Michael Odongo, East Kyoga region police spokesperson says the suspects were arrested in Katakwi town on Wednesday by the soldiers led by Brigadier Richard Otto, the UPDF 3rd Division Commander and transferred to Soroti.
On Thursday morning Zaake set off from Rubaga Hospital to Entebbe International Airport in an Ambulance belonging to Uganda Martyrs. He was accompanied by his lawyer Asuman Basalirwa, his family and Makindye West MP Allan Ssewanyana.
The seven died in a collision involving a Blue commuter Noah registration number UBD 227 C and two motorcycles registration numbers UEF 224A and UDK 315S at Tochi swamp, few meters from Palenga Town council along Gulu Kampala highway.
The sub-county has set up a desk in the office of the LC3 chairperson Wilfred Odiya Baguma to register names of victims and survivors of the April 20th, 1995 incident in which an estimated 300 people were killed.
Gertrude Temayiya, the Apac District Police Commander, says they have handed over the deceaseds body to Apac hospital for postmortem, adding that they are also planning to conduct psychiatric tests on the suspect to ascertain her mental status.
Police Spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, says despite the fact that Zaake hasnt filed any formal complaint with Police, they are investigating the claims by the legislator that he was tortured by security officers.