Samuel Kusemererwa, an LCI chairman for Kibede village said the deceased was shot at by a security operative in UPDF uniform at Kibede trading centre where the traffic personnel have mounted a road block to enforce the inter-travel movement ban between Kabarole and Bunyangabu District. He said the UPDF soldier has not yet been identified.
Ngobi said he was first assigned the firearms by Siraje Bakaleke in February 2012 during his tenure as Commander of Old Kampala Police Station. He reportedly deployed him to guard Kitatta who had approached police for protection.
Mugisha told the General Court Martial chaired by Lt General Andrew Gutti that they only wanted to present the investigating Officer in addition to the four state witnesses who testified against the accused. He however, said they discovered that his testimony was similar to four witnesses and therefore decided to close their submissions.
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.
Wanyama explains that he handed the two suspects he had gone to pick and the five rowdy Boda boda motorists to Captain Agaba at Kisekka market military barracks. He told the General Court Martial chaired by Lt. Gen. Andrew Gutti after handing over the suspects he didnt know what transpired later.
Muyanja argued that the witness was supposed to defend his testimony given that he is the one testifying against the accused persons. The lawyer had asked Kasaija to explain the events that unfolded when he arrested the accused persons on January 19th, 20th and 21st 2018.
Reading literature review, Dr. Culver said, one gets an impression that Museveni has successfully captured and folded the boda boda industry in his political armpit but the reality presents a different scenario.
A second cloth vendor in Owino market, who only preferred to identify himself as Moses, says despite selling hooded jackets he isnt certain whether or not he will be picked up. He wants the president to reconsider his stand on the hooded clothes.