Kifeesi leader arrested and sent to Nalufenya

By Robert Segawa

The most wanted Kifeesi boss Paddy Sserunjogi a.k.a Sobi has been transferred to Nalufenya from Nsangi police station where he was arrested from.

Sobi has been arrested along side with two others namely, Shafiq Kasozi and Twaha Otim during interview with some journalists at Rose garden hotel in Nsangi.

The self confessed criminals will be interrogated on claims they made on one of the television stations that they have been involved in top crimes in this city. A video of these  claims have since gone viral.

Security is tightened to keep away kifeesi

By Robert Segawa

Preparations to send off former AIGP Andrew felix Kaweesi at his ancestral home in Kitwekyanjovu Lwengo district are under way. Most of the guests across the country arrived amidst down pour.

The mass is expected to be led by Archbishop Masaka diocese Bishop Baptist Kaggwa. Mourners who have arrived are being served with food and beverages as they wait for mass to begin.

After the mass the Kaweesi’s body will be laid to rest at 2 pm. Security at all angles is very tight as they expected some Kifeesi to disrupt the burial.

 

56 SUSPECTED KIFEESI MEMBERS PARADED

By Charles Kizindo Lule

Kiira road police Divisional Commander Micheal Kasigire has paraded a group of 56 goons believed to be part of the notorious Kifeeesi group.

DPC Kasigire says they were netted in an operation conducted in Kamwokya, Kalerwe and along the northern by pass following a tip from residents.

He says the suspects have been terrorizing residents of Kyamuka, Kanaabe, Kinaanansi, and Kibinika in Kamwokya I.

Kasigire says the group includes three women.  The  majority of suspects who are boys  were found in possession of hammers, sharp knives, and rolls of marijuana.

 

Kifeesi hit Namboole

By Robert Ssegawa

Kifeesi beat tight security of army and police at Namboole and robbed football fans that were coming from the 2016 Euro finals.

Kifeesi gangs hired a coaster from Kisenyi, Nankulabye and Makindye that ferried them to Namboole. Fred Enanga the police spokesperson says 54 members of the Kifeesi group were arrested by police and are currently detained at Jinja road police station.

He says they were found with stolen phones, hand bags and other items.


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Kifeesi gang member shot while stealing a gun from police officer

Police in Kampala last night shot dead a member of a group of city thugs known as Kifeesi crew who attempted to steal a gun  from  a police officer during an operation.

Patrick Onyango the police spokesperson Kampala metropolitan says Musa Katerega was killed after he hit the police man with a brick during an operation mounted in Kakajo zone in Kampala central division. He says another thug escaped with bullet wounds after police intercepted them as they grabbed bags and money from women who were returning home from work last evening. Onyango says that police stormed Dembe bar  in Busabala  which the goons have been using as meeting place, arrested more than  60 Kifeesi members and recovered stolen items including  hand bags,  mobile phones.

He says police also impounded a taxi that has been transporting the thugs in an around Kampala.  Those arrested are being detained at Katwe police station and will be arraigned in court on Friday