Onyango declined to confirm whether or not the six were arrested for political reasons insisting that their meeting wasn’t authorized by police. He says after arresting the suspects, police recovered red berets and red overalls, which are synonymous with People Power activists.
Charles Denaya, the officer in- charge Moroto Central Police Station, says that the officials were released on Wednesday. He, however, says that Dr Phillip Akunguru, the staff at Moroto Regional Referral Hospital who is accused of stealing drugs and conducting illegal procedures including removal of uteruses is still in custody.
According to the regulation, for one to undergo a driving test, they must present a medical examination form completed by a registered medical practitioner. The practitioner is expected to check the physical fitness of the application and conduct eye examination to detect any medical conditions that may affect their ability to operate a vehicle.
He however, says he employed Bwire to work in his office since he presented a recommendation letter purportedly signed by Haji Moses Kigongo, the National Resistance Movement-NRM party National Vice Chairperson.
Olum draws another salary from Arua Regional Referral Hospital where he also serves as an internal auditor. This came to limelight on Tuesday in a meeting convened by the State House Anti- Corruption Unit led by Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema.
Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema, the head of the unit during a visit to the university on Wednesday noted that there are allegations that 5.3 billion shillings for the supplementary budget was diverted for other activities.
According to Tumushabe, on September 28th, 2019, Kobusinge asked Kabalisa for her baby that she can present it to Musinguzi in Kampala as her own and get some upkeep. Kabalisa reportedly agreed to the proposal and handed over the child to Kobusinge that very night for travel to Kampala.