Samuel Abedi, the Amolatar District Police Commander, says they have so far recovered the bodies of Carlos Ogwal, 6, Michelle Akello, 3 and their mother, Lillian Ayugi, 32 years. He says they are still searching for the bodies of two other accident victims.
Nanduro was eight months pregnant when she was attacked by the crocodile while fetching water from the shores of Lake Victoria. Alfred Olila, the Officer in Charge of Dolwe police station, says they have managed to recover some parts following a week long search.
According to one of the Scene of Crime Officers who talked to URN on condition of anonymity, the deceased is believed to have been murdered, transported and dumped at the scene in the wee hours of the morning.
Police have since identified the deceased as Sylvia, who has been begging in the streets. Preliminary police findings based on the clothes of the deceased and injuries on her body indicate that she could have been raped before she was strangled.
Molson Bizitu, the area Councilor who also doubles as the Speaker Jinja municipal council, said they have given police an ultimatum of two weeks to arrest Kayira whom they fault for orchestrating murder on the lake.
Police also say a pickup truck from Ofua refugee camp in Rhino camp is also said to have been swept off together with four people on board as it also tried to cross River Enyau on Monday to Omugo camp.
Self-sponsored students convened a crisis meeting at Mitchell Hall on Sunday where they unanimously rejected the proposed annual cumulative 15 percent tuition increase policy that was purportedly recommended by the Students guild.
Pascal Opio, a fisherman attached to Mbegu Landing site in Tonya parish in Buseruka Sub County in Hoima district, says they have lost several fishermen believed to have been thrown by fellow fishermen in the Lake since the BMUs were disbanded.
According to Otabong, residents mounted a search for the minor and found her body in a swamp next to the suspects home. He says the deceaseds clothes and sandals were recovered next to the suspects home, a few meters from the crime scene.
According to the bond form, the legislator is expected to appear before Mugwisagye on October 3rd 2018. Zaake couldnt sign the bond forms because of the injuries on his fingers. The forms were instead signed by his lawyer, Nicholas Opiyo and his two sureties.