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“Previously, there were congestion problems at venues but today exams are done in an organized way which shows a big improvement by Traffic Police,” noted Gashirabake.
Paul Butera who was in charge of the Remera site said that e-registration helped in preparing the lists of those who would sit for the traffic test and publication of results.
Traffic Police Commander, Chief Superintendent (CSP) Celestin Twahirwa noted that driving tests were conducted in eighteen sites in different parts of the country.
CSP Twahirwa also noted that despite lack of congestion there were still a few challenges such as late payments, fewer people turning up for the traffic exams as well as having to conduct exams during the rainy season.
“We have managed to streamline operations and now Rwandans are enjoying our services but we still need to deal with a few challenges here and there,” said CSP Twahirwa.
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Rwamakuba sought advice from his friend Lucien Mutabazi who in turn advised him to report the matter to Police suggesting to call William Sano who he claimed worked for CID.
Once they had been introduced, Sano called Kitanywa asking to meet and discuss the death threat allegations.
The two met at Sports View hotel where Sano threatened to arrest Kitanywa unless he paid Frw 30,000 to Rwabukumba to settle grievances and alo Frw 50,000 to Sano as a refund on fuel, airtime and time he wasted over the case. Kitanywa paid both by cheque.
Sano further instructed Meddy to pay for CID “expenses” the following day which after phone consultations with his “secretary” claimed they amounted to Frw 250,000.
Sano added that Kitanywa had to bring the money to CID offices with a photocopy of his Identity card.
On his way to CID offices at Kacyiru, Kitanywa was told to instead head to the airport where Sano had worked from.
On arrival Sano wrote on a piece of paper stating that Kitanywa was innocent of the charges but was asked to pay another Frw 15,000 for fuel. Sano also informed Kitanywa that his “secretary” had made errors and that Kitanywa was supposed to pay Frw 397,000. Kitanywa promised to pay up soon.
On April 1, 2012, Sano again called Kitanywa to meet him and his brother at High noon bar in Remera where Kitanywa ended up paying another Frw 20,000 on drinks and gave Sano Frw 5000 for fuel.
Meanwhile, investigations into the matter had begun after Kitanywa informed Police about the matter.
Police bust Sano’s scheme thus arresting him on April 11, 2012 close to the stadium on his way to collect Frw 397,000 from Kitanywa.
Sano has already been produced in court and is likely to be charged on impersonation and swindling accounts according to article 217, 219 and 428 respectively of the Rwandan Penal code.
OC CID Wandegeya Police Station Herbert Wanyoto says 16-year-old Kintu and his ‘wife’ Kisakye, 14, have been arrested and detained.
He says the pair has been living like man and wife for a period of four months in Kalerwe, a Kampala suburb.
“These two kids were told by their parents to marry simply because they were in love. We have arrested them and are now hunting for their parents who are on the run,” says Wanyoto.
The Police officer notes Rose Nakinga (Kintu’s mother) and Kisakye’s parents connived to let the two enjoy the fruits of marriage.
Wanyoto says the teens were picked from Kalerwe market last Friday where they were selling fish.
Early mariages are illegal but common in Uganda.
They are mainly caused by illeteracy of parents and sometimes poverty, according to Wanyoto.
Detectives also visited a dilapidated room where the kids have been having sexual relations.
Wanyoto says he has on several occassions telephoned the girl’s mother to turn up at the Police station for questioning in vain.
“We suspect the teens’ parents are in hiding. But we shall get them. Kisakye’s mother is playing tricks,” says Wanyoto.
He further states the parents will be charged with child neglect.