After having spent one month in prison detention, the suspects appeared before the Pader Grade I Magistrate, Edward Kabayo Akankwasa on Wednesday, Thursday, and finally on Friday as their defense lawyer negotiated their bail applications.
Auma Pamela Peace, a resident of Kirombe in Lira city was among the ghost beneficiaries listed to have got the consignments but after investigation, it was found out that she does not know about the project since she hails from Lira district yet her number was registered in the names of Okema Vincent under Laguti sub-county in Pader district.
Tito Brilliant, the Pajule Urban Town Council LC III Chairperson, says that while in the ward the creditors ordered patients out with intentions of impounding
mattresses and beds that they would later auction to recover their money.
David Mudong Ongom, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson says while carrying out the illegal act, Malimu and Oyet allegedly arrested one person for not wearing a facemask something that caused scuffle between the duo and the crowd at the scene.
The Sub County Chairperson, Benson Amone is alleged to have used abusive language against the cultural Chief of Pader Cultural Institution, Rwot Francis Orik, on two different public occasions within a spate of one month.
The forms were part of 50 slots issued annually to the district before each academic year by Kampala International University- KIU and Kampala Metropolitan University to disadvantaged students under the recommendation of the District Executive Committee.
Hundreds of revellers were reportedly partying at a thanksgiving party organized for Retired Col. Fearless Obwoya Oyat, the new Pader LC V Chairperson when police stormed and dispersed them for violating the nighttime curfew and restrictions on social gatherings as part of the COVID-19 control measures.
The suspects were apprehended on Monday following a tip-off from residents who acted on suspicion when people purported to be thieves were seen the previous night ferrying iron sheets from the school. Upon inquiries, it was discovered that the padlock to the school store had no sign of breakage yet the keys were always in the head teacher's possession.
It is reported that on Wednesday night, the deceased identified as Carla Adul had a quarrel with her nephew's wife called Lakot over a water bucket belonging to the deceased. In the fight, the old woman sustained the fatal wound on her head.
28 mattresses and five mosquito nets reportedly disappeared from the centre, which was last year gazetted as a Covid-19 isolation centre. The two senior staffs under police investigations are the Principal of the Institute, Opio Ewoku Benedict and the Bursar, Paul Butoto.
Chris John Mugisha Anywar, the Laguti Sub County Councilor told URN on Monday that the suspect used an axe to kill his wife and cut his son in a domestic dispute. Shortly after the incident, Nyeko went into hiding.