Katusabe, a dealer in second-hand motorcycles in Duhaga, Hoima West division, went missing on Friday after he left his work station to meet a yet to be known person, in Kyangwali sub-county, Kikuube district, where he was going to buy a motorcycle.
The suspects remanded include former Police Constable Martin Bwayo alias Capt Bob while his accomplice has been identified as Enock Katwesigye alias Col Frank. The duo, according to Belesis, masqueraded as senior UPDF officers who transact gold on behalf of key government officials.
According to Ssemujju, they have searched everywhere in police stations including Central police Station, Old Kampala, Wandegeya, Kitalya and Luzira prisons for his brother in vain. “We don’t know whether our brother was killed. It's now two months since we have not heard anything about him. We have visited all police stations, prisons maybe we’re left with the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence –CMI only,” the distressed Ssemujju told URN”
Lawrence Niwabiine, the director traffic police, has blamed KCCA for digging and widening potholes they are not ready to attend to. He also says that KCCA contractors do not put reflectors or signage to warn drivers on spots where road works are being done.
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson told Uganda Radio network on Wednesday that a team of detectives from Hoima central police station had dashed to the scene where the body was found.
Lovis Abeireho, a resident of Nyakatare cell in Western ward in Kanungu town council, reportedly doused himself with petrol and set himself ablaze around 6 am this morning after being ejected by his wife from their rented premises following a domestic row.
Wanzalla Okechi, one of the affected fishermen who is still pursuing the release of his boat engine, fishing boat and 14 sets of fishing nets told Uganda Radio Network in a telephone interview this morning that the militiamen are demanding US$ 500 to release his fishing gear.