President Museveni has mentioned the assailants in the back of the new wave of assaults concentrated on police stations and posts across the nation had been additionally those in the back of the killing of Bukwo Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Charles Ogwang in July.

Ogwang was once killed at Kiryowa-Mabanda, Bombo Road close to Banu Petrol Station in Kasangati, Wakiso District at round 11pm via unknown assailants who stopped his automobile and requested him to forestall on the roadside prior to taking pictures him lifeless

The attackers later who shot the CAO 26 occasions and likewise set his motor automobile ablaze whilst filming the incident on their smartphones.

Addressing the country on Tuesday, President Museveni connected mentioned the killers of the Bukwo CAO had been additionally in the back of thee assaults on police stations.

He defined that on October, 31, a bunch of about seven criminals attacked Busiika police station through which they killed two cops, stole weapons and torched phase of the police station.

“They thought had disappeared when they did that but the problem with crime is that there is no way you can commit it and don’t leave traces. These people thought were very clever but there were cameras which saw them although they had covered their heads. Police kept looking for them,” Museveni mentioned.

The president printed that the similar workforce later attacked Kyabadaza police station and rescued two of their colleagues however left in the back of some clues to their identities that he mentioned had been used to arrest them.

“Here they left behind some evidence. Using those signs, security forces have been hunting for them until Friday when police raided an ADF cell in Maganjo where two suspects were arrested.”

According to the president, after arresting the 2 suspects in Maganjo, they divulged additional information of having been phase of ADF and that those gave extra clues main to the arrest of their colleagues.

(*26*)”They confirmed they are the ones who had attacked Busiika police stations. They are also the ones who killed the CAO of Bukwo in Matugga. Following this information, police intensified hunt for accomplices until December, 18 when police raided Kito in Matugga and killed two suspects.”

The president mentioned a ballistic exam indicated {that a} ballistic exam indicated that one of the 2 weapons recovered from the suspects was once one of the ones robbed from Busiika police station while the opposite have been robbed from a safety guard in Kawempe in Lugoba.

According to the president, investigations have showed that the assaults had been masterminded via Islamist rebellion workforce Allied Democratic Forces.