Police in Mbarara have initiated a manhunt for three men who are said to have shot and injured a business woman in an armed robbery on Tuesday.
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Tumusiime, abortion http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_languages/controllers/language.php who works along Mbaguta street in Mbarara town was travelling back home in Kihindi Kakoba Mbarara at around 8pm.
Mbarara Deputy RDC RDC Mr. Emmy Kateera told Chimpreports that the unknown assailants are believed to have entered Mbarara town on Tuesday afternoon
Kateera, who vowed to direct police patrols to hunt the armed men down, emphasized that all residents in the district must pick their national identity cards.
He also advised the accommodation providers like lodges and guest houses to always mind about identifying their clients.
The OCCID Taban Chiriga confirmed the shooting and said that police is on the hunt of the assailants.
The case is registered at Mbarara police station under SD Kakoba/18/24/11/015.
The management of URA has delivered seventeen motorcycles to the team’s playing unit, site http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-endpoint.php owing to their earlier pledge to support and promote their players’ welfare.
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“We know we pay you a salary but we want to supplement your earnings. Use them well such that you can also have something to boast about,” Akol was quoted.
The 17 motorbikes were delivered to the team by the club’s chairman Ali Sekatawa on Wednesday after training session at the Hormis Dallen Primary School in Gayaza.
The development is the second of its kind after KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi announced UgX 100M players savings and credit scheme in late May.