Baroza was the former Personal Assistant to the former Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura before he was deployed as the Uganda Police Force Liaison Officer to Algeria in 2017. He was recalled to the Police headquarters in May 2018 for reassignment in vain.
The investigations started in November 2016, just two months after the then Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura passed out the officers from Kabalye Police Training School. Munira Ali, the Spokesperson of the Inspectorate of Government, says investigations are still ongoing.
On July 6th Kayongo lost his pistol to a group of thugs that disguised as soldiers of Special Forces Command-SFC. They claimed that they were an advance team deployed ahead of President Musevenis visit to Kyotera district.
Five bailiffs were severely injured when residents put up a spirited fight against an eviction order issued on May 22, by Justice David Batema. The order followed a petition filed by Moses Elogu, Petero Epalu, Joseph Eunyu, Charles Ajaku, Julius Otaya, Samwiri Eletu and Stephen Ewidu against one John Wabwire.
Ntairohoki and some residents attempted to erect humps at the Masindi-port trading centre in Kiryandongo district on Monday afternoon. He said he had on several occasions written to the Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA demanding that humps are erected, in vain.
Albertine Region Police Spokesperson Julius Hakiza told Uganda Radio Network that Rwihakare invaded a Kraal belonging to one Mugisha, a resident of Kiryandongo and took off with 23 cows about two months. Police have been pursuing him since then.
Jackeline Namugga is one of the parents who dashed to the school. Namugga, who was in her sleeping dress, says she lost her mind when she learnt about the fire outbreak and all she wanted was to physically confirm that her child was safe and sound.
According to Magezi, about 10 people raided his home at around 3:00am on Monday morning and started stoning his window panes and breaking the door. He was rescued by police, which arrived at around 5:30am and picked up some suspects.