During the protest which lasted for over 30 minutes, they held placards written on messages that are calling upon government to free Kyagulanyi and allow him traverse the country freely without any interruptions.
Mugisa says territorial police is supposed to take charge of the incident, do effective traffic management, control crowds and at the same time call for specialized capacity of rescue teams for instance ambulances.
Walking holding placards, traders said they were chocking on high taxes that have kicked many of their colleagues out of business while those still doing business are working on tenterhooks and about to bow out.
The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, says Lwanga was picked up from Kamwokya when police investigators received information connecting him to the crime.
Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, said Lwanga was apprehended from Kamwokya after information connecting him to the crime was received by investigators.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, said Moses was apprehended on Tuesday after he was accused of defrauding, Margret Nanyanzi, money worth 50 million shillings in land transaction.
Emmanuel Ainebyona, the Health Ministry’s Public Relations officer says the blood samples taken to Uganda virus research Institute-Entebbe tested Negative to Ebola and Marburg and other Hemorrhagic Fevers.
In his March 27th letter to the President, Okot explains that they will use the conference to deliberate on development matters, brief various stakeholders and update them on government programs and how much government has delivered to the region since the 2016 general elections.
In September last year, the company supplied over 300 bags of cassava cuttings from Masindi district to farmers in Palam Sub County. The inputs have since remained wasted at the sub-county headquarters.
Margaret Kaahwa, a resident of Rweboha village, says her piece of land is under customary ownership. She says to ensure her land is secure and well documented; she contracted a surveyor only identified as Kayanja from the Kyenjojo Lands Office to survey it in January 2018.