Crime & Investigation

Rakai: Dad Defiles 4 Year Old Daughter

Masaka greater region police spokesperson Noah Sserunjoji

High Court judge Jane Elizabeth Alividiza has threatened to dismiss a case in which a man is accused of murdering Assistant Inspector of Police John Michael Ariong in March 2012.

This followed prosecution informing court that the police file relating to this case was not brought to court, approved http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-comment-endpoint.php which prompted the judge to adjourn the matter to March 3rd 2015 for hearing.
The judge warned that once prosecution fails to produce the file again she would have to dismiss the case.

Edson Wako is accused of murdering AIP John Michael Ariong on March 21st 2012 at Mini Price Ben Kiwanuka Street in Kampala.

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The said murder occurred on the day when Dr.Kizza Besigye and other politicians were conducting the infamous Walk to Work protests that pulled city crowds and prompted police confrontation.

It was in heat of the fracas that Wako is said to have hurled a stone that hit officer Ariong on the head, http://certoclear.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-template-functions.php killing him instantly.
Dr. Kizza Besigye and other politicians who included Kampala lord mayor Erias Lukwago were charged with holding unlawful crusade that caused the death of the police officer but later the charges were dismissed by Buganda Road Court after prosecution failed to produce witnesses before court.
Police yesterday, website like this http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-admin/includes/noop.php arrested a one Charles Kaweesi, sales 46, case after he allegedly defiled his four year old daughter.

Kaweesi a resident of Butenga Bukomansimbi in Rakai district was arrested after his wife Annet Namudu found him on top of the minor. She made an alarm and area residents came in numbers to apprehend the suspect.

Namuddu says she had been given money by the husband to go to the market for shopping, but she hastily returned after being suspicious, because the husband had been doing the shopping.

Noah Sserunjoji the Masaka greater region police spokesperson says that, the man has been reported several times at the station of Rakai with numerous other offenses.

Police says they would need to check if he is mentally stable.

Sserunjoji also called on parents to try and keep their children at school because when they are not, they become exposed to such gruesome acts.

 

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