The arrest conducted by plain-clothed police officers follows failure by the MP to report for a bond extension on December 5, 2018, on grounds that he was admitted at Lubaga Hospital and was scheduled to travel to India for further treatment.
Documents recovered from the suspects during investigations show that in June 2018, Tumwesigye signed a contract with Hoima sugar factory to clear the bushes at Shillings 80million, which was deposited onto his personal account.
Records at the Criminal Investigations Directorate indicate that the only information available about the murder are ballistic analysis report, the Scene Of Crime report, mobile phone analysis, call print outs and seven witness statements, all of them different in the description of the gunmen and the shooting.
According to the bond form, the legislator is expected to appear before Mugwisagye on October 3rd 2018. Zaake couldnt sign the bond forms because of the injuries on his fingers. The forms were instead signed by his lawyer, Nicholas Opiyo and his two sureties.
The detective says based on the nature of the wound, CID is considering two possibilities on where the bullet came from. The possibilities are either shooting by a colleague from close range or by a sniper from Parliamentary Avenue.
The team found the seals on 10kgs of the narcotic exhibits had been tampered with prompting the team to send the narcotics to the Government Analytical Laboratory for fresh content analysis and measurements.
On Wednesday August 1st 2018, the Director of the Criminal Investigations Directorate, Grace Akullo informed the Police and Advisory Committee-PAC that the department is still closed despite the fact that the case was dismissed from Court.
Unidentified gunmen killed Col. Ibrahim Abiriga and his brother on June 8th 2018 when they sprayed their Volkswagen Beetle registration number UBB 706D with bullets as the duo approached their home in Kirinnyabigo in Kawanda in Wakiso District.
The process includes the reopening of the file, reassessing the scene of the crime and tracing any possible witnesses to the shooting that occurred more than 15 months ago. Kaweesi was gunned down together with his bodyguard Kenneth Erau and driver Godfrey Wambewo on March 17, 2017, a few meters from his home in Kulambiro, a suburb of Kampala.
Katenta later filed a case at Kampala Central Police Station claiming that she had been mugged and all the money taken by thugs as she entered the bank. She was picked up a day later after Metropolitan Forex Bureau filed a case of theft against her and Nanyanzi.
According to the sanction letter, the suspects are being charged with abuse of office, conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to commit a felony, embezzlement, and kidnap. The charges are in relation to the ploy to kidnap and defraud two South Korean nationals of 1.4 billion Shillings.