The death of a young woman in Brazzaville over fake covid-19 diagnosis has sparked fury. André Ngakala Oko, prosecutor of the Congo Republic on Monday visited the Albert Leyono Municipal Clinic, one of the facilities treating coronavirus patients.
He then ordered the opening of a judicial inquiry to shed light and establish responsibility for the death of Chloé Bafoui-din-soni. Two doctors working in the hospital were immediately arrested.
“There was a man’s death. There’s a woman who was found dead. Following the death of this lady, I am ordering an inquiry. There were two doctors who were arrested and must answer for the acts of which they are accused. For now, I do not have anything to say yet. Let’s wait for the investigation to be completed,’‘ Oko told Africanews correspondent,...
The Resident District Commissioner (RDC) for Kumi, Hussein Kato, has
been detained at Entebbe police station over corruption and for
threatening to fight security officers who tried to intervene in wrangle
over sand mining in Kassanda district.
According to the
commandant of police Mineral protection Unit at Entebbe, Jessica
Keigomba, Kato will be charged with eight counts of
abuse of police, assaulting a police officer on duty, obstructing a
police officer on duty, criminal trespass, threatening violence,
corruption tendencies and forgery.
will also be charged with spreading harmful propaganda to all
government offices, media houses and fighting the police mineral
protection unit in addition to sabotaging government programmes.
told the press that police ...
A sixty year old man is on the run in Namisindwa district after
killing his former lover and setting her body on fire. Police is
searching for Ronald Mapamba (60) who is suspected to have killed Betty
Mutuwa (53) after she scorned his affections and left his house.
Mapamba is a resident of Mikhama village, Busambatasa II parish, Buwabwala sub county in Namisindwa district.
Mapamba is suspected to have committed the offense on Friday, February 14, 2020 at around 11am.
realized something was amiss after fire started billowing from the
house Mutuwa shared with her parents. Mutuwa had moved back home after
ending her relationship with Mapamba.
had repeatedly accused Mutuwa of cheating on him with several men.
Mutuwa denied this and instead accused Mapamba...
A ballistic expert has told Court that gunshot residues were found on the clothes belonging to Matthew Kanyamunyu.
Gunshot residues are deposited on the hands and clothes of someone who discharges a firearm.
Kanyamunyu and his girlfriend Cynthia Munwangari are on trial for the murder of child rights activist Kenneth Akena.
Friday, Ms Robinah Kirinya a Principal Analyst from the Government
Analytical Laboratory in Kampala, told court that she examined exhibits
like Kanyamunyu's car, and in the glove compartment, where he allegedly
hid the killer gun that is still missing.
“The bullet was fired from a 0.22 firearm such as a pistol or a revolver,” Ms Kirinya told trial judge Stephen Mubiru.
One of the investigating officers in the case in which businessman
Matthew Kanyamunyu is accused of shooting dead child rights activist
Kenneth Akena has told court that one of the accused’s brothers, Joseph
Kanyamunyu picked the killer gun from the vehicle after the fateful
Detective Sargent Patrick Alunyu told court presided
over by Justice Steven Mubiru that he was told by one Robert Mutebi,a
security guard at Nakasero hospital that Joseph Kanyamunyu had been seen
picking a gun from his brother’s vehicle before driving away in another
“Another vehicle entered the hospital and a gentleman
came out. He approached the accused’s vehicle from the left-hand side
and that he saw the two exchanging a pistol before the gentleman drove
away,” the detective tol...
The supreme Court has remanded the jailed interdicted former
permanent secretary in the ministry of works back to Luzira prison after
failing to rule on his bail application.
Kashaka is currently serving a 10 year jail sentence handed to him by
the then ant- corruption Court justice Catherine Bamugemereire in
September 2014 that was upheld by the court of appeal in 2016 for
causing government a 4.6 billion financial loss in the botched 2011
presidential election lc1 chairpersons bicycle scam.
The troubled former civil servant is however in the supreme Court
still challenging both decisions of the lower courts and applied for
bail in the same court so that he can able to argue his apply while he
is outside the Luzira cells.
Today, his lawyer Peter Kinobwe asked justice Li...