Hundreds of Ugandan scouts from primary, secondary schools and tertiary institutions, teachers and nursing training colleges and schools were on Sunday blocked from entering Burundi where they were scheduled to participate in a week-long regional scouting competition.
The report notes that of the other 26 suspects, two of the women could neither sit nor stand as a result of tortured. The committee says Night Asara one of the women was bleeding from her private parts.
On July 6th Kayongo lost his pistol to a group of thugs that disguised as soldiers of Special Forces Command-SFC. They claimed that they were an advance team deployed ahead of President Musevenis visit to Kyotera district.
Arua District Resident District Commissioner Peter Debele, currently stationed at Abirigas Arua townhome, told Uganda Radio Network that the screening is aimed at weeding out rowdy youth who are likely to trigger chaos during the burial.
A third year student of law at Makerere University is still in police custody after being arrested on Thursday while President Yoweri Museveni spoke at the Nelson Mandela Lecture. Martin Musiime, also a Representative of Mitchell Hall to Makerere Students Guild Council, arrested by the Special Forces Command SFC soldiers inside the University Main Hall after he carried a poster with the word Leave Article 102b written on it. He lifted the poster as President Museveni stood up to give closing remarks to the Mandela lecture.