Katonga Regional Police Spokesperson, Lydia Tumushabe confirmed the arrest of the 4 people amid ongoing investigations. Without divulging into the matter, Tumushabe said that the accused persons were arrested from Kayabwe land for criminal trespass and forgery.
Lydia Tushabe, the Katonga Region police spokesperson, says that the duo was knocked this morning by a Toyota Harrier Registration number UAX 542N that was being driven by 61-year-old Charles Tuhimbise.
Abdu Rashid Nkinga who was abducted together with eight other people in Buwama town council of Mpigi district on January 8th this year was never heard of for more than two months throwing the community into assumption that he might have been murdered.
Some eye witnesses blame Absalom Kagugube, a Boda boda rider and resident of Kasenge in Wakiso district who was riding with two other people for causing the accident when he declined to give way to the Drone car, which was on a high speed.
The officer in charge of Mpigi police station Elias Twesigye tested Amuriat’s wrath when he tried to grab the presidential aspirant by his hand but he was saved by a group of policemen who intervened to saved their boss from a punch which Amuriat had already swung to box him.
According to Kaahwa, the accident occurred when the land cruiser registration number UAJ 036A that was transporting the tourists to towards Masaka rammed into a trailer registration number UBB 170D belonging to the Masaka based Muto Hardware that was destined for Kampala.
Construction of the two houses commenced on Tuesday with the laying of foundation stones by the Katikiro Charles Peter Mayiga. The houses will comprise four bedrooms, VIP pit latrine and rainwater harvesting systems
Richard Kabuye, the Kalagala Ward B LCII Chairperson in Mpigi town council, says despite the recommendation by the local council youths in the area are contracted to provide casual labor, the companies have hired outsiders.
Innocent Tuwmesigye, the General Secretary of Uganda National Paralympics Committee, says their efforts are yet to yield results. He is however optimistic that PWDs can challenge the boundaries set by society and aim to develop and maximize their potential as athletes.