Crime & Investigation

Doctor Detained Over Drunk Driving

By Alice Ayebazibwe

Four students of Kizinda Parent’s Senior Secondary school in Matsya village, approved Nyabubare sub county Bushenyi districts are being detained at Bushenyi central police station for trying to set their School on fire

Diphas Nuwabiine, Anthony Kaijuka, Andrew Tumwekwase and Joshwa Agaba – the four suspects on the night of 6th July 2015 went rowdy and tried to set a school laboratory and a teachers house on fire.

Peter Tindyebwa the acting District Police Commander said the students were picked up after a tip off from the school administration.

He said police swung into action and put off the fire before it could spread further. Tindyebwa said that investigations on the cause of the action are being carried out.

Tindyebwa revealed that this is the third school that has been set on fire within the last two months the latest being Plus Two high school and Basajjabalaba secondary school in Ishaka town where a girl’s dormitory was completely burnt and students sent home.

The police has instituted investigations to ascertain the causes of fires in schools in Bushenyi District.
By Alice Ayebazibwe

Police in Bushenyi have detained a medical doctor for drunk-driving and causing damage to property.


The district Police Commander Bushenyi, and Peter Tindyebwa confirmed the incident and identified the medical personnel as Nelson Musasizi of Combon hospital in Kyamuhunga Sub County Bushenyi district.

Tindyebwa said on the night of 8th July 2015 at Kizinda trading centre in Ishaka town, a drunken Musasizi who was being escorted by the police to the station started a struggle with the police, an action that resulted into the car losing control and eventually knocking a building near Ishaka police station.

Musasizi is at the moment detained at Bushenyi police station pending court action.

Tindyebwa has on this note issued a warning to all those that drink and drive promising to deal with them accordingly.

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