Rwenzori: Joint Security Committee to Interrogate Suspects

stuff geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>While addressing the press in Bundibugyo yesterday, rx Major Ronald Kakurungu, UPDF 2nd Division spokesperson said a joint investigation committee has been established to interrogate suspects of the Saturday bloody attack in the region.

“We expect the committee to get to the bottom line of the matter by identifying to Ugandans who the attackers were,” said Kakurungu.

The investigations will also go further to help establish the donors and individuals behind this well organized wave of crime and help prevent it from reoccurring.

He also said at least three of the 22 guns which the attackers are alleged to have been snatched from security operatives on Saturday afternoon during the attack have been recovered.

Apart from killing 51 of the attackers, said the President, security forces cap tured 65 others.


“We shall get to the truth and will punish those involved. In the meantime, the country should not get anxious about this scheme. It was defeated right on the first day of its execution even before the full potential of the UPDF has been mobilized. This scheme is doomed to total failure. It is amazing how wrong ideas coalesce into wrong actions. Nantabulirwa ya sabaala na bwa bbumba. Whatever a man sows, that is what he will reap.”

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