Agriculture

District Vet Officer Jailed for Cattle Theft

Amon Tayebwa [L] The Kiruhura Veterinary officer at Rushere Police

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Amon Tayebwa, hospital http://cenariospizza.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site.php the long serving Veterinary Officer for Kiruhura District and two other men identified as Enock Nabasa and Gerald Nuwamanya have been arrested and detained at Rushere Police Station over livestock theft.

The three are said to have stolen 11 cattle from farmers to whom the vet was rendering extensional services.

Residents told Chimpreports they had long known the officer to be a cattle thief but had not had an opportunity to catch him in action.

This was until his chances run out over weekend when he and the three colleagues were found hiding the cows in the bush with forged documents.

The Kiruhura District Police Commander ASP Byaruhanga Mworozi told our reporter that several reports had come to the police station implicating the vet officer in cattle theft.

He also noted that Tayebwa was working with a larger syndicate of thieves who are being hunted. The group he says was very active in the districts of Lyantonde, prescription http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/themes/theme49466/includes/register-plugins.php Lwengo, Ssembabule, Kiruhura and Rakai.

The arrested face theft charges in the case is registered under CRB 1249/15.

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