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Family protests withdraw of murder charges against Nantaba

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The family of the late Ronald Ssebulime is protesting the decision by the Director of Public Prosecution to withdraw murder charges against State Minister for Information, Communication and Technology Ida Erios Nantaba. Ssebulime, who was riding a motorbike, was arrested and handcuffed before being …

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Minister Nantaba, 3 police officers sued over Ssebulime’s death

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The family of the late Ronald Ssebulime has sued Ida Nantaba, the information Communication and Technology State Minister together with four police officers for causing his death. According to the suit, Ssebulime’s sister, Sylvia Nakayita accuses the minister of providing false information to police …

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Police say Nantaba’s Ssebulime statement did not help them

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Police Force has described as unreliable the statement recorded by Minister Idah Nantaba in regard to  circumstances that led to the killing of Ronald Ssebulime, who she feared was trailing her. Ssebulime was arrested, handcuffed and shot dead on March 24, by officers on …

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Ssebulime’s family petitions IGP to arrest Nantaba

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The family of the late Ronald Ssebulime has petitioned the Inspector General of Police-IGP, Martin Okoth Ochola demanding the arrest of the State Minister for Information, Communication and Technology, Idah Erios Nantaba. Ssebulime was gunned down by police officers on March 24th in Mukono …

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Ssebulime shooting; police stuck, await ministers guidance

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Police are stuck with the case file involving State Minister for ICT Aidah Nantaba, whose false alarm on suspected assailants resulted in the killing of a biker, Ronald Ssebulime. Police spokesman Fred Enanga told the weekly police press briefing this morning that investigators were …

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