The suspects, Gerald Sabiiti No.51086, Anthony Wanjala, No.64627, Jamada Wangiri No.68822, Kamada Katende No.69001, Fauhara Namwoyo No.55238, Wycliff Chepkwech all attached to Sironko CPS on the 19th of November this year robbed Ronald Sikoria a resident of Chepryayi village, Kwanyi Sub-County in Kween district while on his way home.
Paul Kusolo the former Senior Assistant Secretary for Bushiyi Sub County and his accountant Abubakar Wambalo were arrested on Friday and are currently in police custody at Bududa Central Police Station.
Ryan Akampulira, the Bududa District Police Commander, said that they are keeping the impounded animals and motorcycles at Bududa Central Police as exhibits. He asked the residents to wait until the president lifts the suspension on public gatherings before they can resume bullfighting.
Gerald Mugisha the acting DPC Bududa said they are still impounding those motorcycles that have continued to flout the guidelines set by the president adding that they are using are the fines schedule for the traffic and road safety act since the ministry of finance has not yet released and sent them the current fines that were promised by the president.
Paul Manyali from Bumasheti stage in Bumasheti Sub County says that he was riding with his colleague on a motorcycle when they were stopped by police at a checkpoint at Bududa hospital he was fined Shillings 300,000 and his counterpart Shillings 80,000.
According to information obtained by our reporter, chaos erupted after Muboki went to cut trees from his father’s garden to build a house without authorisation. Charles Wakinya, the Muririnyi Village LC I Chairperson blamed Muboki, who is in custody at Bududa Central Police Station for storming his father’s without authorisation.
The arrest of Michael Wanditi Watalunga who also doubles as the NRM coordinator Bududa resulted from a complaint by Captain Mike Mukula during his visit in Bududa to canvass for votes for the NRM party Last month.
“Their plan was to attack and use a spear to assassinate me right in front of my voters. I was tipped off by an old woman who told me that my political rivals had ganged up and are planning to kill me.”
According to Kanyanya, the house was constructed by the British government in 1937 when Uganda was still under the British protectorate for cultural heritage, saying the sub-county lacks the mandate to evict him from the house, which doesn’t belong to them.
Jafari Magyezi, the Bududa District Police Commander, said no procession will be allowed to accompany Kyagulanyi in compliance with the Standard Operating Procedures issued by the Health Ministry to stop the spread of the Corona Virus Disease-COVID-19.