Election 2016

Gov’t, Opposition Ink Deal to Prevent Election Violence

By Geoffrey Omara 

Apac police is holding a 37 year old man for allegedly sodomising a 15 year old boy.

The Acting district officer in charge criminal investigation directorate  Detective IP, pilule http://clearlakefestival.ca/wp-includes/version.php J P, http://crfg.org/wp-admin/maint/repair.php  Owino identified the suspect as Jimmy Ogwang of  Otongo-del cell, Teduka ward (east), in Aduku town council, Apac district.

Mr Owino said the suspect had been making sexual advances to the boy.

This came to our notice after the  matter was reported to Aduku central police station on Sunday.

The case is registered  under  CRB 594/2015 at Apac central police station.

“The victim and the suspect have been detained as investigations are being carried out. The suspect is expected to appear in court on Thursday,” Mr Owino said.

The medical examination conducted by Dr Alfred Acanga of Apac general hospital found that the victim sustained anal injuries.

Owino told the press at his office on Tuesday that the accused lured the victim  and promised to pay him Shs 200,000.

Mr Akaca K.K George, the area councilor for Aduku town said the minor was forced into the act after he was dragged to Mr Ogwang’s house.
By Geoffrey Omara 

Apac police is holding a 37 year-old man for allegedly sodomising a 15 year old boy.

The Acting district officer in charge criminal investigation directorate  Detective IP, approved http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/submission.php J P, http://datedgear.com/wp-includes/post-formats.php  Owino identified the suspect as Jimmy Ogwang of  Otongo-del cell, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.global.php Teduka ward (east), in Aduku town council, Apac district.

Mr Owino said the suspect had been making sexual advances to the boy.

This came to our notice after the  matter was reported to Aduku central police station on Sunday.

The case is registered  under  CRB 594/2015 at Apac central police station.

“The victim and the suspect have been detained as investigations are being carried out. The suspect is expected to appear in court on Thursday,” Mr Owino said.

The medical examination conducted by Dr Alfred Acanga of Apac general hospital found that the victim sustained anal injuries.

Owino told the press at his office on Tuesday that the accused lured the victim  and promised to pay him Shs 200,000.

Mr Akaca K.K George, the area councilor for Aduku town said the minor was forced into the act after he was dragged to Mr Ogwang’s house.
Government and opposition have Tuesday held a dialogue to forge a way forward in ensuring free and fair elections come 2016.

This was part of a series of discussions that commenced on November 23 to take stock of the action plans earlier agreed upon.

During a joint press statement with the head of opposition in parliament Hon Wafula Oguttu and Hon Muwanga Kivumbi, viagra http://craigpatchett.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/custom-content-types.php the Prime Minister said that peace and stability of the country is for a common good and must be guarded collectively.

“We noted with appreciation that so far, pilule the campaign rallies which have taken place have been conducted in a peaceful manner and called for upholding the statusquo, information pills ” read the statement.

Key among issues discussed was the recruitment of crime preventers by the Uganda police and emphasis was made on ensuring their impartiality.

“We agreed that crime preventers should only operate in their local communities. It was further agreed that an enabling law should be put in place to guide the implementation of community policing including activities of crime preventers,” said Rugunda.

Government officials and opposition members in the meeting today

Government officials and opposition members in the meeting today

The formation of crime preventing groups has since sparked concern they could be used to perpetrate violence against the opposition in the national election exercise.

On his part, Oguttu observed: “At least, we have noticed a drop in the visibility of militias like Kakooza Mutale’s Kalangala Action Plan. We appreciate crime preventers’ role of community policing but we agreed that they should be recruited in their villages and not be deployed from place to place.”

It was also agreed that serving army officers must desist from engaging in partisan politics and that action should be taken against those who act in defiance.

Regarding voter bribery, both parties resolved that the Electoral Commission devises measures to deal with the vice and to prevent candidates from using money to influence the electorate.

Hon Wafula noted that the opposition is concerned about the imbalance in media coverage during the campaigns and urged the press to report objectively.

The meeting held at the Office of the Prime Minister was attended by the Chairman Electoral Commission Eng Badru Kiggundu, Defense Minister Dr Crispus Kiyonga and Security Minister Karooro Okurut on the government side.

The Chief of Defense Forces Gen. Katumba Wamala and Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura were also part of the delegation.

Among those who represented the opposition were Shadow Attorney General Hon. Abdu Katuntu, Hon Kaps Fungaroo and Hon Muwanga Kivumbi.


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