Police in Kyotera is hunting for a one Namubiru Jackie, a resident of Lwanzi “B” cell, Mutukula Town Council in Kyotera district, for the brutal attack on her co-wife Nakimera Lydia, aged 23, a salon owner.
The incident happened on April 20 at around 4pm. The suspect injected the victim with a syringe, containing suspected poisonous substances.
According to the police, she was rushed to Bulamu clinic and was later transferred to Byansi’s clinic in Masaka City in critical condition.
The victim died from the poisonous substance on April 23 at around 6:30pm.
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga condemned such acts of violence against rivals in relationships.
“We strongly condemn such acts of violence against rivals in relationships. Jealous behaviours can be destructive in this very aspect, yet th...
Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) deputy spokesperson, Lt Col Deo Akiiki has refuted allegations that Private Wilson Sabiti (deceased) shot Minister for Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations, Col (rtd) Charles Engola dead because of not being paid his salary.
Engola was shot dead on Tuesday at his home in Kyanja.
Reports indicated that Sabiti (deceased), who shot the minister, was frustrated by the delay in receiving his salary and lamented his miserable circumstances just before he shot himself.
However, Akiiki claims that army officers receive their pay on the 27th of each month.
“All of us get our salaries by the 27th of every month and I have facts to show you that my bank received that money and every soldier received his pay,” Akiiki said.
The deceased soldier, according to ...
Heavy rain that triggered flooding and landslides in western Rwanda has killed at least 95 people, a senior government official said on Wednesday, as authorities search for others trapped in their homes.
Muddy water flowed swiftly down an inundated road and destroyed houses in a video clip posted on Twitter by the state-run Rwanda Broadcasting Agency.
“Our main priority now is to reach every house that has been damaged to ensure we can rescue any person who may be trapped,” François Habitegeko, governor of Rwanda’s Western Province, told Reuters, adding that the death toll stood at 95.
Some people had been rescued and taken to hospital, he said but did not say how many.
The hardest-hit districts in his province were Rutsiro, with 26 dead, Nyabihu with 19, and 18 each in Rubavu and Ngororer...
The National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has threatened to disconnect the water supply for government agencies including the Uganda Police, the Army and Uganda prisons if they do not clear their outstanding water bills.
According to the NWSC Managing Director Silver Mugisha, the above entities have outstanding water bills of over Shs19 billion and this is affecting the delivery of services to other users.
“It is coming to around Shs19b that has accumulated, this exercise is to get this money, and they must pay for it,” Dr Mugisha said while addressing a press conference on Tuesday, May 2, 2023, at the head offices in Nakasero
“Management has taken a painful decision to implement a strict disconnection strategy for all outstanding arrears of more than one month, with immediate eff...
The tragedy happened on Thursday afternoon when lightning struck the chapel of St. Peter’s Church Agober.
Agnes Otembi, the wife of catechist Julius Otembi, was inside the facility and is believed to have died instantly from the hit.
The lighting also struck the electricity connection in the priest’s house.
Violent winds deroofed part of the chapel and uprooted cassava in a nearby garden.
Ozelle Bidong, the chairperson of the church’s works committee, said Otembi was weeding her garden and when it began to rain, she sought shelter inside the church.
It was a decision that would lead to her tragic end.
Jimmy Okwonga, the LC3 chairperson of the Kango sub-county, where the incident happened, said he had gotten in touch with the Zombo district disaster preparedness committee to assess the situ...
Police in Wandegeya are investigating circumstances under which a man was killed by his ruthless lover at a local bar.
The deceased only identified as Tulyaabona was knifed by his bonk-mate identified as Mukuba Serensio, 53, during a drinking spree gone wrong.
He was pierced in the chest with a sharp knife at ‘Charcoals bar’, triangle zone, Mulago Kapapali on Monday evening after the couple got into a heated argument .
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Deputy Police Spokesperson says during the loud exchange at the bar, Mukuba picked a knife from the table the two were sharing and pointed it at her boyfriend while reportedly threatening to kill him.
He says Mukuba later stabbed her lover with a knife and left his lifeless body lying in a pool of blood.
Owoyesigyire says the couple was living ...
Police in Nansana Municipality are looking for a cop attached to Yesu Amala police station in Wakiso, for shooting a civilian during a scuffle.
The suspect Mwine Ambrose fled into hiding on the night of April 30, 2023 after shooting a boda boda rider identified as Ndawula Faizali in the stomach for ramming into a car occupied by with two officers.
The victim is currently at Mulago Referral Hospital receiving treatment.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan says on that fateful night, two police officers identified as Coporal Bakaki Noah and Suubi Paul were hit by a motorcycle registration number UFK 313 C, belonging to Faizali while entering the main road from Timeless bar at Yesu Amala, Nansana Municipality, Wakiso District.
Owoyesigyire says the police officers stormed out of their...