The Kiira regional police surgeon, Vincent Masinde examined the patient and confirmed that she had indeed been sexually abused. The report shows that the rape victim sustained tears in her private parts and lost a lot of blood, which left her unconscious for close to three hours.
In the third shooting incident on 7th, October, 2021, Lance Corporal John Nabinoli shot James Akabwai dead at Stabex petrol station and he now reveals that he fled with 2 million Shillings after the murder.
The suspects pose as land brokers and when they realize that their victims have ready cash to purchase the non-existent property, they in turn convince them to procure US Dollars at a lower rate, and then sell them the fake currency notes.
Amuza Mukoobe, a miner within the area says that they found Waiswa's lifeless body in one of the open sand mines. "We saw his sandals about 30 meters away from the sand mine, prompting us to search further and that's how we managed to retrieve his lifeless body that had been covered up in the sand," he said.
A soldier who declined to be named says that they gave their colleague first aid and rushed him to hospital, but he bled profusely and succumbed to the injuries on arrival.
"We cleaned the wounds and rushed Oyet to Jinja hospital however, he lost a lot of blood and we lost him," he says.
A detective told URN on condition of anonymity that Waswa was picked up on Wednesday evening on a tip-off from his colleagues who faulted him for issuing fake COVID-19 positive test results to a wanted person.
When Tanzania scored the equalizer it was cancelled on grounds that one of the players was offside. The players first attacked one of the assistant referees whom they accused of frustrating their scoring chances.
It is reported that councilors resolved to construct a moderate administrative block worth 347 Million Shillings and on release of the funds, construction works were sanctioned, but construction works have never exceeded window level for some unidentified reasons.
"The fire broke out in the shops at around 10:00PM and there was timely response from police however, the fire was so big flames which deterred us from rescuing our property," says crafts dealer Fatia Nakigudde.
During the scuffle to rescue the victims, Kasolo shot dead Yosam Namwindo, one of the residents in the area. As a result, residents turned their wrath on the constable and lynched him to avenge Namwindo’s death.
Joel Wambedde, a resident of Namulesa cell says that most residents were angered after noticing that some of the masterminds of illegal power connections in their area were the ones leading UMEME operations.