Recently, Ochola disclosed that the Director of Operations Uganda Police Force, Asuman Mugyenyi presented a list of the private security firms and their contracts to his office for renewal but he declined to sign them.
The team which was led by the Kampala Metropolitan Criminal Investigations Commander Johnson Olal reconstructed the scene of crime and also interviewed a number of residents in the area on the incident that occurred on Sunday morning.
Kyaligonza, together with two of his Military Police guards are alleged to have assaulted Sargent Esther Namaganda, a traffic police officer while she was on duty guiding traffic in Seeta. The Military police guards who were arrested yesterday have since been identified as Peter Bushindiki and John Okurut.
In the video in question, bad black while trying to explain that there is no way Bobi Wine could have stoned the Presidents vehicle, vulgarly abuses the president. Bad Black now faces charges of Offensive Communication and Criminal Libel contrary to provisions of the Computer Misuse Act and Penal Code Act respectively.
It is also alleged that when Internal Security Organisation-ISO operatives raided the MTN data centre at Mutundwe, they discovered that Vanhelleputte tapped phone recordings of Ministers, Security chiefs and State House.
The arrest conducted by plain-clothed police officers follows failure by the MP to report for a bond extension on December 5, 2018, on grounds that he was admitted at Lubaga Hospital and was scheduled to travel to India for further treatment.
In her statement, the deceaseds wife, Joyce Mugidde explains that her husband returned home around 9:30pm on Wednesday night and started working on his laptop in the sitting room. It was not until midnight when she returned home after closing her shop in the trading center, entered the house and locked the door that she heard him crying for help.
The 6-year-old child identified as Ssempereza Jameson, a pupil at Good Choice Nursery School, was last seen alive at around 8 pm on Sunday, together with his eight-year-old brother Goodrick Ssempereza. They were reportedly going to fetch water.
The decision is part of an Anti-Corruption strategy recently launched and adopted by the Uganda Police Force top management. The watermarking lies on top of the list of nine strategies that have been adopted and await implementation and evaluation.
The Belgian was deported last night, on the orders of the Internal Affairs Minister, Gen Jeje Odong making him the fourth employee of the company to be a prohibited immigrant declared under section 52 g of the Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act.
He is the fourth employee of Ugandas telecom giant to be deported in the last one month after being declared prohibited immigrants. Without divulging into details, the deportation was confirmed by the Criminal Investigations Director Grace Akullo