Immediately after the NRM party Electoral Commission called for elections in Okore Sub County, on local radio stations in Teso, supporters of Alupo and Akurut turned violent leading to the arrest of 18 people who are detained at Katakwi Police Station.
The party spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi speaking to the Journalists shortly after the search that among the confiscated party items includes all theregesters that were holding the collected signatures 100 required signutures that endorse Kyagulanyi the paryt president.
According to police investigators, the teenager was brought from Masaka by her elder sister under the guise that she had secured her a job in Kampala since schools are still closed because of the COVID19 lockdown.
Assistant Superintendent of Police –ASP Charles Twine, who is also CID Spokesperson, confirmed that three more suspects have been arrested by the investigating team but declined to divulge details of the accused. This brings the number of suspects to five since the investigations commenced last week.
Daudi Mugerwa, the chairperson of Fish Traders Association at Ddimo Landing Site in Masaka district says that while Uganda deployed soldiers to enforce standards, their efforts are being frustrated by the counterparts from Kenya and Tanzania who are still carrying out indiscriminative fishing with no restraints from their governments.
According to available information, Nyombi who was preparing food for his colleagues used the chance when his friends went into the forest to collect the firewood to lure the girl into sex with promises of giving her a mobile phone.
Moses Opio and Edward Mutesa, all attached to Oyam Central Police Station had gone to arrest Boniface Muntu, a resident of Acot-owinyere cell, Western ward, Oyam Town Council for allegedly stealing water pipes, chamber covers, water meters and other water items.