The Aswa Regional Police Public Relations Officer David Ongom Mudong disclosed on Monday in an interview with Uganda Radio Network that at least seven cases of kidnap and homicides were recorded in a fortnight!
Ahmed Musakana, the Luweero District Police Commander, says the deceased’s remains were transported to Luweero Hospital where a postmortem was done before it was handed over to the family for burial. Without divulging details, Musakana, said they are trailing some suspects.
Records at the Criminal Investigations Directorate indicate that the only information available about the murder are ballistic analysis report, the Scene Of Crime report, mobile phone analysis, call print outs and seven witness statements, all of them different in the description of the gunmen and the shooting.
The witnesses whose statements were recorded were picked out by intelligence personnel sent to the scene of Kirumiras assassination immediately after police were informed. A source s privy to the ongoing investigations however told URN that all the statements recorded are different and no two people seem to agree on what they say happened.
Prosecution led by Kabale State Attorney, Gloria Inzikuru, told court that on July 29th 2012, while at Kabahangaara cell in Karubanda ward in Southern division of Kabale municipality, Twinomuhangi murdered Asasira in contravention of section 188/189 of the penal code act.
Festo Karambuzi, a resident of Kikarara parish Bwambara Sub County, was on January 01, 2015 speared to death during celebrations to usher in a new year in Rukungiri District. The deceased was reportedly speared to death by a friend identified James Nuwamanya (34 ).
Officers of Migyera Police Station are in trouble for neglect of duty leading to murder of two children by their father in a domestic wrangle. The Savannah Regional Police Commander Musa Nabende has ordered the Police Professional Standards Unit to investigate Richard Malumba the Officer in charge and Criminal Investigation Officers at Migyera Police station.
A woman has been arrested in Mbirizi, Lwengo district, for striking and killing her husband for refusing to share kwanjula money. The 45-year old woman Joyce Nakalema killed her husband Vincent Kagiri (44) after learning he had received 175, 000 shillings from their future son-law and refused to share it with her.
A man in Rukungiri has been arrested by the Police in connection with the death of his two and a half years old son. The arrest of Herbert Turinawe (27) follows the discovery of his son\'s decomposing body barely two weeks after he went missing.