Flavior Terimurungi, the Masaka Armored Brigade, Spokesperson, says she hasnt received any complaints from Lugemwas family about his disappearance. She also said police has not informed them anything related to the incident.
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.
Agaba appeared before the Court Martial on Monday as the third witness since he commanded the operation that led to the arrest of the suspects. He told court that in his 20 year service in the military he had never seen the gold coated pistol Kitatta was found with when he was picked up from Wakaliga, adding that he is still wondering where the suspect got the pistol.
The suspect is Muhammad Wamala who operates in Kayunga district. During the search, police exhumed several fetishes include animal parts, human hair among other unidentified items buried in several spots in the suspects house and shrine.