According to Muhumuza, he was surprised by the questions and asked Kipoi why he was asking him such questions. Kipoi reportedly replied that M23 was comprised of Ugandans and Rwandese who would be difficult to deal with as they plot to overthrow government.
Asiimwe said Kabarole, being one of the districts close to DRC where there is an Ebole outbreak, has already received logistics from government and World Health Organisation - WHO to prevent an outbreak
Dr. Benon M. Mutambi, the Internal Affairs Ministry Permanent Secretary, said they had expected over 50 officers to attend the training but majority of them dropped out leaving the 22 officers. She said the minister will redeploy the officers since they have acquired extra skills, which should be utilized.
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson, says the suspects were rounded up by a combined team of Police and UPDF on Friday last week during training in a bush near Kaiso landing site in Tonya parish in Buseruka Sub county Hoima district.
According to information obtained by our reporter, two armed thugs donning military uniform stopped Kayongos private car at around 3am claiming to be operatives from the Special Forces Command. They reportedly persuaded Kayongo to surrender his pistol to help them in their operation since President Yoweri Museveni was expected in Kyotera the following day.
According to Yiga, because of the vigilance at Entebbe International Airport, traffickers have resorted to Lwakhakha and other borders to smuggle young girls outside the country with promises of employment opportunities abroad.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa Regional Police Spokesperson, says Uganda Police are following up the matter. According to Okema, the bodies of the deceased were returned to Elegu border point Elegu in Atiak Sub-county Amuru district and where handed over to their relatives.