Police in Mbarara have in detention a woman believed to have murdered her husband and a famous businessman in Rwebikona.
45 year old Wallen Kamuhanda was reportedly murdered last week and his body was found dumped in Isingiro district on June 25.
District OCID Cheriga Taban told journalists that Wallen went missing last week, generic http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/dam/lib/class.tx_dam_svlist.php only for his body to be found decomposing near a river in Isingiro district.
Taban said that a fellow business colleague Kamukama Julius reported to police on a suspicious face in Wallen’s shop hurriedly selling products at cheap prices.
The deceased’s wife Mathias Kyarisima was arrested and she reported that the husband went with a colleague to Kampala for shopping.
It later however, pill http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_basic_singlepic/adapter.nextgen_basic_singlepic_controller.php emerged that the couple had had serious misunderstandings in the recent past and as investigations proceeded, blood stains were found in their chairs, an indication that Wallen could have been murdered at home.
Kyarisiima was arrested together with Nasasira Gloria 23, a relative to the deceased who was seen in the shop, as suspects to help in the investigations.
Controversial former Political Intelligence Unit boss, about it http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php Charles Rwomushana, no rx http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-category-checklist.php has blasted Aruu County MP Odonga Otto, revealing for the first time that State funded the lawmaker’s first campaigns in 2010.
“I can tell you without fear of contradiction; Otto was sponsored by the NRM State,” said Rwomushana, whose regular political remarks have always angered the establishment.
“Hon Otto became MP when I was the RDC Pader District. As Government we actually had two candidates in the race, Hon Omwony Ogaba and Odonga Otto,” he added.
“Otto was introduced to us by a one Francis Odida of the Australian Foundation (in case of any errors on the names, kindly feel free to correct me. It’s long since),” he added.
Rwomushana further stated that when President Museveni “came over in Pader, I was in Kampala for some operation, my Assistant RDC a one Bosco briefed the president that we had an Otto as ours and the president told the masses as such. Therefore, Otto’s political umbilical cord was Odida… I can therefore appreciate his zeal to decimate Amama.”
The latest revelations are likely to expose Otto’s unknown political secrets. His known mobile phone line was unavailable when contacted for comment by ChimpReports today afternoon.
Rwomushana expressed anger in a social media statement, condemning the decision of youthful political activists to carry a coffin along Gulu streets which they said symbolised the death of Amama Mbabazi.
It is thought the youth were mobilised and supported by Otto.
Earlier in the day, Otto and other leaders from Northern Uganda announced the launching of a campaign against Mbabazi, whom they described as an enemy of the North.
During the campaign launch at the Northern Uganda Media Club, the leaders stressed that Mbabazi should be the last person to think about Northern Uganda in the coming elections, owing to the manner in which he reportedly mismanaged the region’s donor funded reconstruction program while he was still Prime Minister.
About Shs 50bn meant for the Peace Recovery and Development Fund [PRDP] was stolen between 2011 and 2012.
Parliament, however, later cleared Mbabazi of all wrongdoing, following President Museveni’s intervention through the ruling NRM caucus.
Rwomushana said he was the brains behind the formation of PRDP only to be abused by a section of some individuals from Northern Uganda.
Strangely, Rwomushana exonerated Mbabazi in the PRDP mess.
“I am very sure, if truth be told that Amama had no capacity to detect and prevent theft of funds in that project saying,” he argued.
Rwomushana has always blamed his political downfall on Mbabazi after the former rooted for the latter’s impeachment by Parliament in the Temangalo land scandal.
Rwomushana described Otto as a “scavenger” who has used his “proboscis” to “profit from the blood of their people but talk loudest.”
President Museveni has Tuesday handed over back 80 land titles for Buganda Kingdom, side effects http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/default-filters.php Chimp Corps report.
This was revealed by Deputy Presidential Press Secretary, visit this Lindah Nabusayi.
She said the titles were picked by Buganda Prime Minister, there Charles Peter Mayiga.
The event took place at State House, Entebbe.
On August 2, 2013, President Museveni signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the presence of emissaries of Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II that marked the return of Buganda’s properties to the Kingdom.
The emissaries included Mayiga, Prince David Wasajja, Apollo Makubuya and Kabaka’s subject Herbert Ndiwalana.
Before handing over the signed Memorandum of Understanding to Mayiga, the President said: “We’ve been having a long process of discussions between the Central Government and the Mengo Administration about the properties that used to belong to the Administration of the Kingdom of Buganda. These were official estates for the Masaza, Amagombolola, properties of chiefs, markets, and a number of other properties that were taken by the provincial Government after the overthrow of the constitution of 1962.”
He added: “We’ve been involved in long discussions. We have now agreed and signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will be availed to the media in due course. I take pleasure in handing in the Memorandum of Understanding to the Prime Minister of Buganda.”
The MoU covered the settlement of the outstanding arrears amounting to over Shs 20bn and a number of other properties.
Government has been paying the arrears in instalments.
Buganda properties including 213 land titles were returned returned by the central Government.
In his remarks the President hailed the Mengo establishment for cordial relations with the Government.
“I have been hearing positive statements. That is good. I have no problem returning land without conditions in the urban centres,” he said.