Aswa West Police Spokesperson David Ongom Mudong told Uganda Radio Network in an interview Thursday that some of the suspects arrested in the operation were found in possession of government stores comprising UPDF and police uniforms.
The statistics recorded in the Acholi and Karamoja sub-regions indicate that 878 are new, and 418 cases are old but still under review. Of the new cases, 527 are male, while 351 are female. While 270 review cases were male and 148 cases were female.
An army officer who commanded the arrest and only identified himself as Innocent from Lugore barracks notes that the suspects assumed roles they weren’t assigned in the implementation of evicting the cattle keepers.
Alex Bwangamoi Okello, the DEI Permanent Secretary, highlighted various measures in place to combat corruption, stressing the need for collective support. These measures encompass electronic transaction systems, policy amendments tailored to address local challenges and other preventative mechanisms.
Preliminary police investigation indicates the suspect returned home at about 11 pm Sunday night from a bar while drunk and asked her mother to serve him food but his request wasn’t immediately granted.
For three months, Layet and her family had to endure tough living conditions in Adilang Town Council trading center, some nine kilometers away from their village home where they sought refuge. Even when she returned home recently, Layet says she barely has enough food to feed herself and the family and notes that they don’t feel safe.
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem says the revelation has exposed the truth about LRA's alleged Western sponsors, even though when the government made it clear in the past, no one cared to listen.
“Between December 2006 and October 2007, Inder allegedly transferred funds to the LRA on at least six occasions. According to direct witnesses, between 40,000 USD (about 136 million shillings) to 60,000 USD (204 million shillings) was transferred each time through Western Union and picked up by LRA commanders in Juba,” Frivet’s statement reads in Part.
Speaking to hundreds of believers in Gulu City on Saturday, President Museveni noted that the Commission of inquiry will help to bring out the truth about the land conflict and unearth the perpetrators of violence.
The prosecution told the court that Ojanga, David Opiyo, and others still at large on August 5 2021 while in Alingiri village in Lungulu Sub-county in Nwoya District with malice afore thought unlawfully murdered Alimocan.
Patrick Kidega, the Officer in Charge of Gulu Central Police Station who rushed with security officers at the crime scene says the assailant could have been coordinating with another person to execute the robbery.
During his appearance before Said Barigye, the Gulu Chief Magistrate, Atemo was charged with uttering false information, as he had provided inaccurate data to Samuel Alinaitwe, a senior legal officer at the State House Anti-Corruption Unit.
Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson David Ongom Mudong told the press Monday that it wasn’t yet clear whether Otto will record a statement or only have a meeting with the Regional Police Commander Damali Nachuha.
Odonga Otto and a group of environmental vigilantes are accused of beating and severely injuring three charcoal businessmen in Atanga sub-county, in Pader district on Sunday afternoon. They were reportedly armed with sticks and machetes.
The Aswa River Region Police Commander, Damali Nachuha admitted in an interview with Uganda Radio Network that the manpower crisis has affected their operations in the areas being invaded by the rustlers.