By Gad Masereka
Najjanankumbi: The Uganda Police has recovered computers and monitors that were stolen from the Forum for Democratic offices in Najjanankumbi on Monday night.
The lost items were found at Dunstan Ojuka’s rental unit following a trail by police sniffer dogs. Ojuka worked as a security guard at the offices. And he was on duty when the theft happened.
“They attempted to break into the office of Secretary General, successfully broke the pad locks but failed to enter as the internal lock failed to open,” the FDC said in a statement.
“The Office of Electoral Commission was fully broken into, a few documents and four computer sets taken while some parts were left scattered in the lower Compound section,” their statement adds.
According to Brenda Atuzarirwe one of the office admin, most affected offices had been the party’s secretary general and the office of the party’s electoral commission where four desktop computers and a number of printers had been stolen.
Brenda said “I reached office at 8.30 am only to find the door wide open yet I am the only one with the keys. When I checked inside, the wires from the computers were all broken and some computers had been taken. I then informed my bosses who also informed police about the incident”.
Police arrested the security guard and is at Najjanankumbi Police Station as investigations continue.