Paul Kusolo the former Senior Assistant Secretary for Bushiyi Sub County and his accountant Abubakar Wambalo were arrested on Friday and are currently in police custody at Bududa Central Police Station.
Job seekers who preferred anonymity told our reporter that they could not make it for interviews after hearing that some of their colleagues who appeared before were being chased with others arrested over forged documents.
Rogers Mangoye, the Accountant of Nakatsi Sub-county is in police custody following his arrest on Monday after he failed to respond to police summons issued last month. According to police, between February and August 2021, the suspect forged the signature of Grace Apolot, the sub-county chief which he used to draw up to 28 million Shillings from the sub-county account in Centenary Bank.
According to information obtained by our reporter, chaos erupted after Muboki went to cut trees from his father’s garden to build a house without authorisation. Charles Wakinya, the Muririnyi Village LC I Chairperson blamed Muboki, who is in custody at Bududa Central Police Station for storming his father’s without authorisation.
Many Police constables who spoke to our reporter like say officials are asking for the appointment letters before they can talk of payment yet the letters were sealed in black boxes after elections with others not given adding that this could be a trick to deny them their money which they have worked for.
The arrest of Michael Wanditi Watalunga who also doubles as the NRM coordinator Bududa resulted from a complaint by Captain Mike Mukula during his visit in Bududa to canvass for votes for the NRM party Last month.
The arrest of Ibrahim Wabuyobo was directed by Captain Mike Mukula who had travelled to Bududa to converse for votes for NRM party candidates. His directive comes after a section of LCI Chairpersons told Mukula that they had not received the bicycles.
Net Fabric Company was contracted by Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA to rehabilitate Bubulo- Bududa circular road, which is in a sorry state. Kasozi’s colleague Muhamed Mulabi explains that they entered the house at 7pm on Saturday evening and retired to bed.
According to Khawanga, some of the people in Kadodi procession were also displaying the campaign posters of Geoffrey Natubu, one of the candidates for the Bududa LC V Chairperson’s seat since the circumcision candidate is his son.
According to Kanyanya, the house was constructed by the British government in 1937 when Uganda was still under the British protectorate for cultural heritage, saying the sub-county lacks the mandate to evict him from the house, which doesn’t belong to them.