Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said the intelligence officers will be watching over the schools purposely to document those that are exposing learners by working without clearance or going against Covid19 directives.
Enanga however, was quick to add that what was done on that event was not intentional and it’s the reason why police has come out to apologizes to all those who were directly impacted by the teargas including the retired Bishop of catholic church, and the cultural leaders from Buganda Kingdom at large.
Amos Onyango, a relative to the deceased says Apiyo left her home on Saturday to attend the burial of a neighbour on the same village but didn’t return. Onyango says Apiyo's lifeless body was discovered around 4:00 pm on Sunday.
Okwera identified the attackers as Patrick Odongtoo, Justine Ocen and Richard Okumu from the rival Pamuca clan. They were armed with machetes, spears, bows and arrows before looting livestock and vandalizing household properties.