Police Nets Kiseka Hooligans Who Dismantled Customer Vehicle & Demanded Ugx10M

Police Nets Kiseka Hooligans Who Dismantled Customer Vehicle & Demanded Ugx10M

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On the 12th of June 2022 one Byarugaba Justus was allegedly robbed by a group of thugs using violence that occasioned grievous bodily harm on the victim. A case of Aggravated Robbery was subsequently registered at CPS vide CRB 987/22.

This happened when he went to Kiseka market on the fateful day to repair his car which had a small mechanical problem with its side mirror. Unfortunately he was attacked by a group of thugs that are known as Banzege who dismantled his motor vehicle and started demanding that he pays them over 10 million shillings.

Uganda Police Deputy Spokesperson, Nabakka S. Claire says when he refused, he was beaten using spanners and even robbed of his 50,000 (fifty thousand shillings only). ”The victim managed to run away from the premises and went to police who helped remove his car from the scene. The suspects had already fled.”

”This Banzege group has for long terrorized innocent unsuspecting people from Kiseka market. It was established this group is led by one Mplanyi Ismael alias Atilibo, Kiyimba Ronald alias Kasekende, Waswa Moses alias Mudinka, Sembogo Ronald and Bagalana Godfrey,” says Nabakka.

Police says an intelligence led operation was conducted that led to the arrest of Waswa Moses alias Mundika on the 5th of July. He was later produced at Buganda Road court on charges of Aggravated Robbery and then committed to the High court on the 15th of November 2022.

On the 22nd of December 2022 one Kiyimba Ronald alias Kasekende was also produced at Buganda road court on the same charges.

On the same day, Police says the leader of this notorious group Mpalanyi ismael alias Atilibo alias Biba was finally also arrested together with Bagalana Godfrey and Sembogo Ronald.

The three are still in custody pending court on charges of Aggrevated Robbery. They have been charged and will appear before court on charges of Aggravated Robbery c/s 285/286 of the PCA.

”As much as this group has caused alot of public outcry it has been established that few people ever reported them at the police. The arrest of these thugs has brought some sanity in Kiseka market,” says Nabakka adding;

”We would like to thank our teams on ground who have tirelessly pursued this case up to-date. UPF calls on the general public to continue with the vigilance and report any such incidents.”

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