Unidentified people kidnapped Ssegawa near Avis Company along Tula Road a fortnight ago. According to his family, they searched for Ssegawa in various places in vain until his abductors dumped him near city mortuary on Saturday.
According to Ezaga, NGOs and CSOs should leave the Government to complete its ongoing investigations into the operation of the facility. He says that it is unfortunate that the affected organizations act as if they are independent of the nations.
According to Katulamu, based on the size and shape of the tree, it is impossible for someone to commit suicide on it. “Suicide cannot take place on such a small sized tree, the legs touching the ground. With suicide someone dies while fighting to remove a rope, but for this case the arms are straight on the body,” said Robert Katulamu
Yuya was dropped at Kavule Nansana Municipality in Wakiso on December 24, 2020 under terrible condition. He has since been hiding for fear of his life. Unfortunately his feet have started rotting up to the knee joints. Kyakuwa, who was also dropped at Kavule Nansana Municipality on February 6, is also complaining of pain in his right leg, severe pain in the chest and poor visibility.
Brig. Joseph Balukudembe, the UPDF 3rd Division Commander told URN on Tuesday morning that the Jie cattle rustlers from Kotido crossed to raid animals in Kaabong district and met the army in the jungle. He says that after raiding the cattle, the rustlers drove them towards the border of Kenya and Uganda and kept for about two days forging ways of sneaking them to their kraals in Nakapelimoru Sub County in Kotido district while being pursued by the military.