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In Trouble: Moroto Prisons Boss Aruho Fired Over 200 Escaped Prisoners

In Trouble: Moroto Prisons Boss Aruho Fired Over 200 Escaped Prisoners

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Commissioner General of Uganda Prisons Services (UPS) Johnson Byabashaija, has unceremoniously suspended the Officer In Charge of Moroto Prisons Norman Aruho, following the escape of over 200 prisoners who escaped last month from Moroto Prison, with 14 guns. Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Spokesperson, said  Aruho was suspended together with his Deputy, Joseph Angwandia until investigations into the prison break are completed by a team set by the Commissioner-General. “Yes, he is serving suspension until investigations are completed. We have sent a senior officer there who will ensure security,” Baine said when contacted by this website on phone. He also revealed that Byabashaija has since appointed the OC Soroti Prisons Latif Mayamba to replace A...
COVID-19 Shock: Prison Warden Shoots Inmate Dead

COVID-19 Shock: Prison Warden Shoots Inmate Dead

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By Elite News Reporter The Uganda Police and Uganda Prisons Services are investigating circumstances under which a prison warden shot an inmate dead at Muimet government prison in Bukwo District. According to sources at the prison, the deceased, Alex Kitei, 26, was a resident of Kapngokin village, Chepsoikei parish, Riwo sub-county in Bukwo District. The Officer in charge of Muimet prison Francis Okuku, said the deceased was shot as he tried to escape into a maize plantation when the inmates had been taken to  ease themselves. Okuku said that; “The prison warden on duty fired three bullets in the air as a warning to the deceased to stop but he instead continued running,  which which prompted the officer to fire the fourth bullet, which hit the deceased on the h...
Panic As Uganda Prisons Officers, Inmates Test Positive For COVID-19

Panic As Uganda Prisons Officers, Inmates Test Positive For COVID-19

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Prisons officers in Uganda are on tension following the outbreak of Coronavirus in some prisons in the country. This Website has established that at least 199 inmates and 24 Prisons officers were on Wednesday quarantined at Kaiti prison in Namutumba District for 14 days, after a former inmate tested positive for COVID-19. While speaking to the press, Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Service spokesperson, said the confirmed case was arrested for defying the presidential directive in Mayuge District and had so far spent four days in prison. “After handing him over to the Ministry of Health, we have gone ahead to quarantine the whole prison, with prisoners and staff there for 14 days. Today (Wednesday), we are expecting officials from the Ministry of Health to ...
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