mind http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-content/themes/responsive-cusanus/page-templates/sidebar-content-half-page.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The lady was identified as Mariam Nabunya, http://companyimpact.com/modules/mod_syndicate/mod_syndicate.php owner of a stolen motorcycle registration number UDT 197L, http://cms.prometeusz.info/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/blocks/iphone/footer.php now recovered with a fake number plate UDM 504W and stolen from Kalerwe in 2011.
According to eyewitnesses, the moment police produced David Kakembo, the suspect; Nabunya tied her scurf tightly around her waist, removed her easy shoes and reached out to Kakembo.
“Before anyone could tell what was happening, Nabulya was already raining blows, slaps and insults at the suspect,” an eyewitness said.
It is further reported that by the time police officers made up their minds to separate the two, Kakembo had already lost consciousness.
“She was at last restrained by three strong officers and the suspected fanned back to consciousness.”
“Do you know how long I have been looking for this motorcycle or how I got it?” Nabulya fumed tying and untying her scurf, trying to calm herself at the same time.
Nabunya narrated that it was her mother-in-law picked her hard-earned to buy the bike before “this thug stole it”.
Kakembo, a resident of Buwambo Wakiso district, is suspected to have stolen this boda while at Gayaza road while the rider Abdul Senyange was having lunch.
The case was reported to Kalerwe Police Station under reference 33/09/11/2011 and police have been tracking the suspect for two years.
Old Kampala Police told our reporter on Thursday that investigations are going on and the suspect will be produced to court soon.