The group was arrested on Friday morning after staging up a fake roadblock along Kitovu road near Kitovu Cathedral in Nyendo, Masaka City. This follows numerous complaints by residents in the area about increasing cases of robberies.
Walugembe burnt himself in Ssesanga's office, after failing to convince him to return his motorcycle registration number UDL 591L which had been impounded by a traffic officer Julius Ewalu for allegedly operating beyond curfew time. The Police officer allegedly suspected that the bodaboda was being used to transport passengers.
According to preliminary information, Walugembe had gone to the police station to follow up on his motorcycle registration number UEF 145L that was impounded on Monday this week during the night time curfew.
Preliminary police investigations show that Mugaga started defiling the minor before he decided to rent for her a house in Nyendo, a suburb of Masaka town where she was found following her disappearance from her parents home for days.
Preliminary information obtained by our reporter shows that the former School cook, Bosco Ntashutihimana stormed the school on Monday with a machete and hacked Olupot who was moving around the compound. Olupot sustained deep cuts on the head and back.
Lameck Kigozi, the Southern Region Police Spokesperson, says 14 students complained to the State House Health Monitoring Unit after they were denied entry to other medical schools where they had taken their testimonials in order to upgrade.