Policeman Confesses Careless Loss of Gun

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga

Former Kampala Bishop Zac Niringiye has projected a likelihood of violence exacerbated by continued investment in crime prevention by the  regime.

While appearing on a televised debate on Tuesday morning, more about he was bothered by what he called an existing ‘momentum of violence’.

“The Museveni regime thinks violence works politics. And it is this similar idea of crime prevention that led to the birth of the ‘Interahamwe’ militia in Rwanda.”

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According to Bishop Niringiye, this is what caused regime change in countries like Egypt, Tunisia and the ongoing insurgency in Somalia.

On how the Democratic Alliance (TDA) is prepared ahead of the 2016 polls, Niringiye said TDA will prioritize on fielding a candidate who has a team.

He said that the Alliance is constituted by a significant percentage of non-political actors who will influence the management of political differences.

“Our emphasis is not on an individual but a team which this candidate will lead. It’s true there might be egos and self-interests which are part of human traits”

“The Alliance has many figures who are not after politics. We’ve worked together on several campaigns and our role is to do with wishing good for the country”

Niringiye stated that self-interests and differences that exist in parties stem from the ‘culture of big men who are bigger than institutions’.

“Our president is at the epitome of this. Whatever he says is gospel truth and all institutions bow down to his word” he said.

He affirmed that TDA is guided by principles that will go a long way in preventing such from occuring.

The Kilak county Member of Parliament Gilbert Olanya who has been in custody for four days at Masindi Central Police Station has been driven out of the facility on Thursday morning.

He is expectedly going to be arraigned before court this morning in Gulu to answer charges of inciting violence and related crimes over the Apaa land controversy in Amuru district.

By the time of publication the police car that picked Olanya from Masindi CPS together with colleagues who camped there for solidarity including Odonga Otto of Aruu, information pills was around Karuma falls heading north.

It was not clear if the police was heading straight to Gulu. There is also a possibly of the car passing Gulu direct to Arua since the environment is charged within the Acholi region over alleged brutality inflicted on the people by the police and the army.

Otto confirmed to ChimpReports on phone that they were already in Karuma. “They picked the suspect this morning and we are together in the same car with him. We have reached Karuma and don’t know the route they are going to take since there is nothing we are being told. We are ready for anything.” Otto said.

Olanya was arrested by police from Parabongo Sub County on Monday and driven a hundred kilometers to Masindi district.

Olanya had vowed to block the planting of demarcation stones in the controversial land. Police say he was inciting the locals against the security and the government`s move to demarcate the area.

The land in question is also said to be already taken by an investor and the occupants have since been asked to leave.

The ministers of Internal Affairs, salve Gen. Aronda Nyakairima and that of Land Daudi Migereko were embarrassed in the same area few months ago when charged elderly women undressed and started rolling in front of them. The ministers and their guards who were all men had to helplessly withdraw from the area.

There is currently heavy deployment in the whole area and neighboring Sub Counties. The demarcation stones were dramatically planted on Monday and Tuesday.

Two people have allegedly died from bullets fired on them by the security and nine others nursing serious injuries at Lachor Hospital.




ASP Ronald Higenyi, remedy a police officer has admitted that he  didn’t do the right thing when armed thugs who had him on gun point robbed a gun from him on Monday morning.

An identified thugs armed, story four in number staged a road block at Kiti trading center in Matuga, patient Wakiso district and ordered the police officer to pull over and here they took his gun, 15 rounds of ammunition, plus two of his phones, before ascending onto a passersby whom they robbed Shs. 1 million.

Higenyi says that he had time to engage the thugs but he first thought that the road barriers had been mounted by other security organs so he hesitated.

“We have our officer for questioning, preliminary investigations reveal that two of the attackers, are involved in dealing drugs and have ties to organised crime,” said Fred Enanga the police spokesperson, during a press briefing at police headquarters in Naguru.


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