Military men have been deployed at the two gates of parliament to beef security. Visitors accessing parliament at the main gate and eastern gates opposite the National Theater are being screened thoroughly before they are allowed in or turned away.
Robert Ssekajiija, a resident of Kiwogozi zone in Luweero town said that in past, Police has used the absence of ambulances, fire brigade and manpower among other requirements, to block rallies and other gatherings in the area. He challenged the DPC to prove that the said requirements were fulfilled before the same dialogue was allowed.
Janet Amuge, the Officer in Charge of the Child and Family Protection Unit at Kaberamaido Police Station, says they received information around 4:30 PM on Sunday regarding a child found crying alone in a nearby bush.
The area LC I Chairperson, Joseph Babyeyangira, says one of the residents he identified as Kyomugisha went to check on Kyoshabire in the morning and found their door open will the family members lying in a pool of blood. He says only 13-year-old Akadwanaho could reply to her call. “It was Akadwanaho who answered and that is when she came to me and told me what had happened,” he said.
The other aspirants are Nkwagabwa John Herbert, Mwesigye Fred and Mwambazi Joseph. This development comes just days after Kyagulanyi, campaigning under the People Power umbrella failed to hold three of his full week scheduled consultation meetings in different parts of the country. These included meetings earlier planned to take place in Gayaza, Gulu, and Lira.
As early as 9:00 am, the gates of Grand Pacific Hotel were under lock and key with police and UPDF soldiers manning the entrance. No person was allowed to enter or leave the hotel. A Uganda Police van carrying over eight police officers was seen parked outside the Hotel.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango says that the suspects were arrested from the various Divisions of Kampala where they were involved in pocketing and waylaying people who were returning home after the celebrations.
The Police Exodus Cooperative Savings and Credit Society, with a share capital of 20 billion Shillings has been marred with controversies in recent months. During the time, members were not able to access or withdrawal their savings, arousing controversy on its management and panic among its members, composed of Uganda Police personnel and their families
According to Obia, he is determined to enforce the guidelines issued by police in 2015 on displaying fireworks. The guidelines provide for a licensed specialist to display fireworks after presenting his certificate to the District Police Commander-DPC.
According to sources, Ingrid had gone to pick up her son, T. Bayern Turiwane who was contesting for the post of speaker. However, a team of police officer led by the Entebbe Division Police Commander, Baker Kawonawo arrested Ingrid on suspicion that she wanted to interfere with the polls. lead the National Students body.
Zaake is accused of confronting Prof. Nawangwe when he appeared before the Education Committee of parliament that was investigating the stalemate at Makerere University following the implementation of the 15 percent tuition policy increment.
The Regional PSU Officer for East Kyoga, Joseph Kabongech attributes the vice to inadequate training of the officers in the police detective unit. He observed that mismanagement of cases arises when officers use their offices for selfish gains.
Michael Odongo, the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman says the security guards were arrested because of contradictory statements recorded from them after the incident. He explained that while one guard claims the robbers attacked both of them before accessing the bank, the other states a different version.
Kadaga said Ugandans need to know whether there is really a multiparty system and whether it is being practiced since parties are registered and funded but are not allowed to meet, organize and do anything else.