The first incident was reported by one Shafic Mubiru, who was driving a vehicle registration number UAJ 320S. He was attacked along the railway crossing at Kireka Trading Centre by two juveniles who were moving on motorcycles amidst a traffic gridlock, on Thursday evening.
On that day, Kwagala narrates that she left the girl in the house and ran to the shops but never found her home when she returned. Although she thought that she could have wandered in the neighbourhood, the child never returned and has never been found to this day.
The five member UPDF investigations team constituted by First Division commander, Maj Gen Samuel Kawagga, is led by Lt Col Jane Mukasa. Others on the team include Maj Erick Musinguzi, Maj Albert Nomwesigwa, one Capt Charles and one Muidu.
In a bid to reduce avenues of bribery, Interpol has resorted to registering all the first 100 individuals seeking Certificates of Good conduct who they attend to up to lunch time. From afternoon hours up to 6pm, Birungi says they attend to labour export companies which write prior booking for people they are taking abroad for employment.