Claire Kagimu, the Administrator of the Watchman Ministries, says they were expecting Kabuleta for the evening fellowship, which climaxes at 7: 00pm but he didn’t show up. According to Kagimu, they received information that Kabuleta had been picked up by some people driving a white Toyota Wish at 7:00pm.
Ismail Kasasa, an eye witness, says the Movit truck rammed into the school bus as it tried to make a U turn to enter Victoria Mall. According to Kasasa, the driver tried to save the children but the bus the fell in the trench and overturned three times.
Earlier on prosecution led by Masindi State Attorney, Arthurton Kukundakwe told court that Rusongwa was caught red handed by the victim’s mother in Kyebitaka village in Kikuube district on April 3rd, 2016 defiling the minor.
Sande Lokii Samaria, 61, a retired Police Sergeant broke down before the Commission while speaking about her land that was reportedly given to Nakapiripirit Primary School without her knowledge. Sande explained that the land grabbers left her family without any land or bother to explain their actions.
Aswa river region police Spokesperson Jimmy Patrick Okema however, admitted that police hierarchies discovered numerous gaps and weaknesses depicted by Amuru police personnel during the community policing program.
Speaking to several women rights defenders at Imperial Botanical beach in Entebbe on Thursday, Margaret Kulaba, the chairperson of the Human rights defenders network says the practice has for long been a threat to the future of the girl child.
CPS operations commander Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Ivan Nduhura said the operation was conducted on William Street and Cooper Complex. Police said the suspects would be screened to ensure those with pending files or proven evidence about their criminality appear in court.
According to police, the girl is suspected to have been killed elsewhere and his body dumped where it was found. He says they have commenced investigations to establish how the teenager met her death and her identity.
In the past, the qualification was strictly Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE), however, this year’s recruitment will see even those holding a Uganda Certificate of Education UCE) or its equivalent join the Uganda Police Force (UPF).