Information obtained by police indicate that Issa Likambo Aziz illegally entered South Sudan capital, Juba on January 6th through Elegu international border post to smuggle cigarettes and was kidnapped by unknown assailants who detained for three days.
The summons signed by Elias Bayiruka, the Masaka District Criminal Investigations Officer, require Sauda Namuleme municipality principal treasurer to appear before Masaka central police station on 11th January 2020 for interrogation and statement recording.
Police officers from Wandegeya Police Station reportedly took cover at the offices while waiting for the invaders, who came in at about 9 p.m., only to be surrounded and arrested. Those arrested include Bashiru Okulu, Ayeko Mayo, Vincent Mukasa and Abdul Lubega, all residents of Kampala district.
Ssekikubo was arrested on Friday morning from the Lwemiyaga sub-county cattle market in Sembabule district, as the police foiled a protest by herdsmen who were forcefully taking their livestock the cattle market, despite government quarantine on livestock movement.
the company closed its offices abruptly on December 3, without any notice to its clients and potential staff after collecting an estimated USD 2.7 million (close 10 billion Shillings). UMRA records indicate that more than 1,000 customers from around the country were affected by the scam. They had deposited money ranging from one million to 800 million Shillings with the firm.
A new report signed by the head of the Uganda Cancer Institute Jackson Orem has recommended that Glaser seeks urgent comprehensive management abroad. According to Dr Orem. There is evidence of progression of cancer, to a level that cannot be handled by the Uganda Cancer Institute.