The minor is said to have been battered and severely injured by a teacher identified as Juliet Nuwamany on February 27th, 2020. However, sources indicate that the school management led by the director and head teacher whose identities have been withheld by police resolved to handle the matter amicably.
Her aunt, Yvonne Kasawuli, says her niece is still traumatised and needs serious medical attention, which isn’t available at Mulago hospital. Kasawuli explains that they want Nankya and her mother moved to a specialised medical facility, which they can’t afford because of the costs involved.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says that as police was interrogating Bwambale, other officers tracked Musiimenta’s phone and found it with Asuman Byaruhanga. He revealed that he had bought it from Ashraf Sekasi.
Further, Musota told court that when he was on his way to court , he received a call from an official from ISO who said that their Preliminary investigations show that Rutabana is not in their custody as well.
Sources at Matugga police station told URN that when Scene of Crime Officers visited the couple's home, they observed that the deceased’s body had serious scratches and some born dislocations an indicator that she had been strangled to death leading to the arrest of Lukyamuzi.
Police intercepted Kyagulanyi alongside several other legislators at Kasangati on their way for the launch of his presidential consultative meetings for alleged failure to comply with the Public Order Management Act-POMA and some requirements set by the police force.
Onyango declined to confirm whether or not the six were arrested for political reasons insisting that their meeting wasn’t authorized by police. He says after arresting the suspects, police recovered red berets and red overalls, which are synonymous with People Power activists.
The UNBS Spokesperson, Victoria Namutebi, says the operation was prompted by reports that several traders are still selling sachet and bottled Waragi of less than 200mls despite being banned by the Trade Minister, Amelia Kyambadde four months ago.
Nabakooza claims that Kisembo gave them telephone numbers 0754759561 registered in the name of Amir Ssemakula Migadde where they deposited Shillings 2 million and 0772544338 registered in the name of Bwiso where they deposited Shillings 600,000.