Many of the former staff of the exchange believe that in arresting Lwanga and Nabunya, the police went for the soft targets. Although Lwanga, Nabunya, and two others, Susan Awon and Faith Makula, were the registered owners of Dunamiscoins Resources Limited, the beneficial owners of the company; were four West Africans; Kingsley Egbe and Johnson Frank from Nigeria and Isaac Akwete, and a one Dr Mike from Ghana.
The deceased identified as Brenda Nansubuga, a senior three student at St. Elizabeth Social Centre-Gulama, was a lone occupant of the house, at the time of the attack. The deceaseds mother had gone for a function in Kampala, only to find her daughters body lying in a pool of blood, upon her return.
Kyabaggu Zone Defence Secretary Wilson Ntale says that the letter which was found at the chairmans home this morning is written in Luganda with sentiments that are reportedly threatening residents with attacks.
Petero Musisi Lubeeba, 40, inherited 16-acres of land bequeathed by his father Petero Lubeeba who died close to 30-years-ago. But Musisi later sold the land at a cost of 110 million Shillings and asked the persons occupying the same land to vacate it for the new owner.
The deceased include Joel Kalulu, 14, Bushra Lyaga,13, Musa Bakumbaine,16, Joel Emunet,22, Simon Wandera,25, Brian Okumu,18, Kiiza Ouma,15, Bridget Nasanga,20 and Stella Agasa, 10. The accident left nine other people injured.
The deployment beefed with foot patrols is visible in the areas of Lugazi municipality, Ngogwe, Ziba, Najja and Nkokonjeru. According to Sezzibwa Regional Police Spokesperson Hellen Butoto, Kyagulanyi did not seek police approval before planning a rally in the area.
A Dyna Canter registration number UAR 241M that was carrying a group of people from a crusade at Walwanda village lost control and swerved off the road, killing six people instantly. One other person died on his way to the hospital.