Over the last one week, the police have been investigating the incident which occurred on March 10, near Kyambogo Police post, to establish the cause of the scuffle that claimed two lives, and the disappearance of the Bullion Van driver.
The instruction was made after perusing through a file with statements recorded from Kyaligonza, his bodyguards Peter Bushindiki and John Okurut and the traffic officer Esther Namaganda who was allegedly assaulted on February 24, 2019, in Seeta, Mukono District.
The lawyers Humphrey Tumwesigye and Simon Peter Musangala from Musangala Advocates & Solicitors said they were taken by surprise and accused the State Attorney of smuggling in new evidence to pin the accused.
Preliminary police findings indicate that the two suspects have been running an illegal operation through which girls and young women are convinced to go to Oman for work but they are instead forced into sex trade. It has been established that the suspects have taken more than 20 girls to Oman through the Busia-Nairobi-Dubai-Oman route.
Dr Mehari Tadelle Maru, a legal consultant on the protocol says that although there are several barriers to free movement, mistrust between member states and trans-boundary resource disputes remain the key barriers. Mehari was speaking on the sidelines of the IGAD high-level experts technical review meeting on the draft protocol at Speke Resort Munyonyo.
Uganda last year ordered for four CRJ900 regional jets with Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, as part of the much-anticipated plan for the revival of Uganda Airlines. The first jet was supposed to in January but government kept pushing forward the arrival time.