POLICE OFFICER DETAINED FOLLOWING AN ATTACK ON POLICE BARRACKS IN MUBENDE
Mubende police statio has arrested a police officer for allegedly attacking a police barracks on Thursday 19th June 2014. Kabazi Emmanuel mMwenkanya is the arrested on allegations of attacking Mubende police barracks and firing at the OC Cids and the DPCs houses with the intention of killing for unknown reasons.
Live bullets were fired at the houses with the intention of finishing off the oc cid in charge of police operations by that time afande Ampadde dan and the Dpc afande Enock abaine who were all later transferred from mubende on suscipions of failing the criminals to carry out their unlawful acts within Mubende.
After the attack, the assailants run away despite being injured through the scuffle after an exchange of fire with the oc cid and the Dpc who had survived with their riffles. This forced the inspector general of police afande kale kaihura to visit he scene and put up strong security measures within the barracks to stop further attacks as he ordered investigations to kick start with immediate effect.
Following the altercation between the police and the assailants, the police had filed a case against the attackers and had arrested corporal kabazi Emmanuel prior but released on court bail. However having availed himself to court yesterday to proceed with the case hearing in front of the Mubende grade 1 court magistrate Wandera Wilson, the hearings wrer posponded to 8th August 2015 as more witnesses were being availed by the police to pin the suspect of the charge.
The Mubende police didn’t take long to rearrest mr kabazi having opened up a fresh file on him for inciting violence having allegedly sent threatening messages to police witnesses not to avail themselves in court or they face fresh attacks.
Basing on the accused side of the story, corporal kabazi Emmanuel mwenkanya stated that the unfortunate incident in which he is connected to is all false since as a professional law enforcer and basing on the period he has served the Uganda police force, no criminal charges have ever been registered under his badge and thus called on the inspector general of police to intervene and come to his rescue. Corporal Kabazi is currently being kept at Mubende police station as investigations pending on the case prevail.