Brig. Innocent Oula said that the UPDF needs a training of trainers course in civil-military operations and disaster management which will boost the forces capability to extend the same to its troops handling peace support operations.
The officer said that he and his boss Lt. Col Erias Byamukama later signed on the exhibits but didnt record the machetes, axes and iron bars recovered from the offices. According to procedures, an arresting officer is expected to record or document all recoveries from the crime scene as exhibits for purposes of satisfying court that his testimony is genuine.
In an application he filed this morning, Rwakafuzi says Kateregga was assassinated in cold blood by members of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF, something that make it necessary for an inquest to be conducted as provided for in the Inquest Act of 1935.
Sakwa has admitted recording a statement at Kumi Police station, but denies involvement in any robbery case. He told URN on phone on this morning that he took his military boots for polishing to a Shoe shiner on Saturday and traveled to Mbale for burial hoping to pick them the next day.
Kasule Semugenze, the LC I Chairperson of Sendawula Zone told URN that he struggled to access Mbabazi in vain. He declined to divulge further details, saying Mbabazis issues need to be addressed by someone above him.
Eight guns and 15 empty magazines have been recovered from the home of the late James Karambuzi, one of the fighters of the Front for National Salvation Fronasa who was executed in Kabale district in 1973. Athanasius Mujaasi, the LC I Chairperson, Igabiro cell, says a team of builders led by site engineer, Victor Byaruhanga, first recovered four guns on Sunday while digging the foundation of the house.
Chibita says that according to the initial perusal of the file, there is evidence to pin those involved in the chaos that preceded the elections in Arua, but further inquiries were ongoing to establish who exactly pelted stones at the Presidential motorcade.
According to a statement issued by the deputy police spokesperson Patrick Onyango, the trucks were intercepted after some of the demonstrators who were planing to burn the tyres in different parts of Kampala tomorrow decided to collaborate with the police
The report notes that of the other 26 suspects, two of the women could neither sit nor stand as a result of tortured. The committee says Night Asara one of the women was bleeding from her private parts.
Now, Lyandro Komakech, the Gulu Municipality and Member of DP, says the party is considering private prosecution because of the strengths of the private prosecutor to have more control over the proceedings and gain a faster turnaround and final outcome.
The suspects were picked up in a joint security raid on Usafi Mosque in Kisenyi, a Kampala city suburb in May this year for their alleged kidnap and murder of Susan Magara. They were arraigned in court on charges of kidnap and murder with intentions of seeking a ransom and were remanded to Prison.
According to information obtained by our reporter, two armed thugs donning military uniform stopped Kayongos private car at around 3am claiming to be operatives from the Special Forces Command. They reportedly persuaded Kayongo to surrender his pistol to help them in their operation since President Yoweri Museveni was expected in Kyotera the following day.