Nelson Shekanabo, one of the victims says that they identified their attackers through a suspects’ parade at Jinja central police station but they are surprised that they have spent more than two weeks in police cells without appearing in court.
The car registration number UAZ 523F was seized within Iganga town last month, where Naigaga had gone to attend an event, following a report filed by one Tabitha Minsa, indicating that the same vehicle was used to rob her 45 million outside Centenary bank, Bugiri branch early this year.
The Kiira Region Police Spokesperson, Diana Nandawula says investigations are ongoing. “The victim has been examined and when our file is complete, we shall forward it to the Resident State Attorney for legal advice on the preferable charges against the suspect,” she said.
The victim says that he came to Uganda as a refugee from South Sudan in October but on reaching Moyo district, he was informed that his mother had re-married in Jinja town. While in Jinja he was approached by Kaduyu, who promised to offer him a job as he searches for his mother.
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.
Through his lawyers of M/S Nakachwa and Co Advocates, Bakaleke argues that it is an abuse of discretion for the DPP and against public interest to institute charges against him without sufficient and crucial evidence on file. The lawyers also argue that they have proof that the police file, which the DPP is using, doesnt have statements of the victims on how matters unfolded.
He was speaking to URN on the decision by the Directorate of Public Prosecution-DPP to drop charges against five former suspects of the 2010 Kampala Twin Bombings. They are Dr. Ismael Kalule, the former Imam of Ntinda Mosque, Abubakar Batemyeto, Awadhi Omar Awadhi, Yahaya Mbuthia Suleiman and Muhammad Hamid Suleiman.
Police Spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, says despite the fact that Zaake hasnt filed any formal complaint with Police, they are investigating the claims by the legislator that he was tortured by security officers.
Hassan Mwebembezi, a relative to the couple, says Kenkoonzi died due to excessive bleeding despite efforts by doctors to save her life. The late Kenkoonzi was rushed to Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital on Tuesday night together with her husband, Francis Aryarugamu after being shot by unidentified thugs.
Nangobi alleges that on July 2nd 2018, Daaki tasked her to monitor a mother who had gone through cesarean section but she couldnt stay around until late in the night since she is pregnant. She requested Daaki to allow her to leave but he instead slapped her and forced her back into the ward.