The charges include incitement of violence, disobedience of lawful orders and going armed in certain places contrary to section 75 (b) of the penal code act. Other counts include failure to prevent obstruction of traffic flow, confusion, or disorders during a public meeting contrary to Public Order Management Act, and failure to give right of way contrary to the traffic and road safety act.
Paul Kangave, the Southern Region Police Spokesperson has confirmed the incident, saying that police investigations into the matter have kicked off. He says Kasujja was picked up to help police investigations into the theft of the gun.
Engineer Barnabas Okeny, the Pader – Abim Community Multipurpose Electricity Cooperatives Society Board Chairperson, says they received complaints of extortion from some of the people earmarked to benefit from the free Electricity Connection Policy (ECP).