According to information Uganda Radio Network established, Acaye reportedly told police officers at Apaa Police Station that he had located three possible suspects in his brother’s death within Apaa Trading Center. He reportedly convinced the officers that he would notify his colleagues for support upon confirming the suspects.
Charles Okoya, the LCI of Apaa village told Uganda Radio Network Wednesday that the assailants who returned to avenge an earlier attack abducted five motorcyclists during their raid but left one while another escaped. He however said the armed men went on to kill the three motorists using arrows, and machetes.
“Be informed that APG has 30 members and 3 ex-officios. Therefore, five members out of 30 cannot sit and appoint themselves to the leadership of the APG without following due process. The APG leaders are elected but not appointed,” Anywar’s statement reads in part.
Philip Oryema, the acting Nwoya District Education Officer however says while the initiative of sponsoring girls in school is welcomed, the district is grappling with a decline in enrolment of boys sitting for PLE since they are left out.