Josephine Kasya the District chairperson and Amama Mbabazi’s loyalist had it hot with Kinkizi East constituency lawmaker, price Chris Baryomunsi both showing interest to preside over the ceremony.
These two continued to flare not until Mbabazi’s camp decided to snub the opening ceremony and resorted to sensitizing people to boycott the function.
However, viagra dosage the area MP, Baryomunsi went ahead and commissioned the bridge which connects Kanungu and Rukingiri districts as the only access route.
Kanungu and Rukungiri districts have almost been cut off from other parts of the country since there is only one distant option to access them.
Mitano Bridge which broke down in 2012 is currently being re constructed after the government of Uganda secured funds from the African Development Fund.
This will help cut down the prices of essential commodities such as Sugar, Soap, and Paraffin which had gone high and will ease movement of both people and goods.
It should however be noted that the construction of the bridge was spearheaded by Hon. Chris Baryomunsi, the area Member of Parliament.
Baryomunsi has been at the fore front of petitioning parliament and looking for possible funds to amend the bridge which broke down in 2012 after a trailer carrying Cement to Dr Congo broke it down.
In his opening remarks, Baryomunsi warned residents against stealing bridge construction materials noting that whoever shall be caught in the act will be answerable and severely punished.
His comment followed after the bridge construction site engineer Nasali Bishanga informed the gathering that some residents place stones on the way so as to tap the vehicles carrying fuel.
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One of the attackers was killed in a heavy gunfire exchange with police who had taken cover at their base.
“The intentions of the group remain unclear to us but we suspect they wanted to lay their hands on the armory,” a source told Chimpreports on Thursday morning.
Phillip Mukasa, the police spokesperson Equator region, said the fighting lasted five minutes.
The killing of one of the assailants reportedly demoralised the rest who eventually took off.
“The officer in charge of operations at this station had intensified raids on highway robbers and armed thugs who rob supermarkets and fuel stations in the area. So we believe the attack may have been targeted at him, but they fled after being overpowered by our officers,” said Mukasa.
Unknown gunmen have in recent months targeted police stations before walking away with guns and rounds of ammunition.
In 2012, gunmen raided a police post Nakifuma before killing a cop in another onslaught on Kasese police station.
Scores of civilians have also fallen victim to armed men in recent months.
Mukasa told this website that one of the militants left behind a blood-soaked jacket, urging medical facilities in the area to report to police when visited by a man with bullet wounds.
As part of the constant review of Police operations and processes, IGP Gen Kale Kayihura in 2012 restructured the Crime Intelligence Division of CID and created a versatile Crime Intelligence Squad, known as Fling Squad to complement the work of the Crime Investigation Division, in tracking down violent criminals in the country.
Members of this squad are deployed to work in the Regions, and the Districts, down to the Station Level, under the command of the Regional and District Police Commanders, to provide the vital Intelligence component to crime investigations.
More Guns in Mubende
Meanwhile, police in Kigando village, Mubende town council on Wednesday arrested three people, who were found in illegal possession of a gun.
The trio was rounded up in a shrine where it had taken the gun for ‘blessings’
“We were alerted by a person who was also inside the shrine that some men had entered with a gun. We responded in time and captured the three me who are now being interrogated at Mubende police station,” Phillip Mukasa said.
The suspects were identified as Moses Sentongo, Ismail Musoke and a one Junior.