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.
Sakwa was interdicted on May 4, 2020, but declined to vacate office on account the interdiction was fake and had loopholes in its delivery. The interdiction came days after Sakwa was charged with malicious damage, manslaughter and theft.
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.
On Tuesday, the Solicitor General Francis Atoke, issued a statement indicating that he constituted a Committee as required by the Employment (sexual harassment) regulations 2012 on February 6th 2019 to investigate the complaints.
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.
Samuel Bamwole was granted a non-cash bail of 2million shillings by Sumanya Kasule, the Kamuli Grade One Magistrate. Bamwole was last week, arrested for defiling a 13-year-old girl and later luring her into abortion.
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.
Prosecution led by Barbara kemigisha today, asked court to halt proceedings of the case on ground that the main witness in the case who is the Investigating officers detective Assistant Inspector of Police Didas Turyahabwe was bedridden with no hope of his recovery soon.
URN sought out the DPP Spokesperson, Jane Kajuga to ascertain whether they had received and sanctioned the files against the suspects. Kajuga said neither the Gulu Resident State Attorney nor the one of Arua had received any files in connection to the Arua incident.
The suspects were picked up in a joint security raid on Usafi Mosque in Kisenyi, a Kampala city suburb in May this year for their alleged kidnap and murder of Susan Magara. They were arraigned in court on charges of kidnap and murder with intentions of seeking a ransom and were remanded to Prison.
In her ruling, Justice Jane Persis Kiggundu denied Nyanzi bail on several grounds including the fact that he doesnt have a fixed place of residence. She observed that according to court documents, Nyanzi lives in three places including Kyempisi, Nansana and Nakawa, which makes it difficult to track him.