The Uganda Police has made arrests of eleven suspects and three Police commanders as investigations following the Demolition of St. Peter’s Church of Uganda, Ndeeba, continue.
According to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, Katwe Police Station got information about the demolition at 0100 hours and a team was dispatched to the scene.
“Police were not informed about the eviction and demolition as the practice is. The team found people demolishing the said church and arrested 11 suspects,” he added.
The suspects that were arrested from the crime scene are; Kawooya Mohammad, Bbosa Muniru, Kiberu Amza, Mutebi Abbasi, Bulega Ali, Matovu Simon, Kalika Ali, Mujuzi Andrew, Ssekito Badru, Isirinya John and Maruti Bashir.
“They are currently detained at Katwe Police Station to help with investigations. The suspects are charged with malicious damage to properties,” Onyango said.
The Police has also impounded a UAY 796N canta white which was loaded with metals and a UBG 682Q Tractor/ Engineering plant vehicles that were at the scene.
In addition, police have arrested three of its commanders that were supposed to provide security to the church properties. They are going to be charged with neglect of duty, according to Onyango.
The police commanders are; Katwe DPC, Epedu David, OC Station Ndeeba Police Station, ASP Mugira Yeko Kato and Field Force Unit Commander KMP/South Region, ASP Isabirye Kaloli.
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