“Until today Kasenyi trading center in Buhohera Sub County which was the center of clashes last week between residents and security agencies remains deserted with no business going on. But families of those suspected to have aided security agencies in giving leads which culminated in shooting four people to death live in fear with some of their property destroyed. Police say they will stay in the area to maintain peace” (NBS TV Uganda, 2016).
“4 people shot dead following fresh clashes today afternoon between UPDF, police and residents of Kisenyi Town Council in Buhohera Sub-County, Kasese district. The dead are civilians. 2 UPDF soldiers were seriously injured while the area commissioner of police in charge of operations Opolot Jacob was shot and injured” (…)”Today’s clashes follow overnight skirmishes in Hima Town Council yesterday during which 2 people were shot dead. Eyewitnesses tell NBS TV that at around 8pm, UPDF and police officers patrolling Kikonzo town in Hima Town Council were forced to fire back in self defense after they were attacked by panga and stick-wielding residents” (…)“Our reporter in the multi-ethnical area says the attack on the men in uniform was a culmination of tension that followed the announcement of incumbent Katura Musan as winner of the LC III race” (…)“Prior to the final announcement, Katura’s main rival Tom Wabokumbi’s supporters, sure about a win, took to the streets to celebrate only to be shocked by Katura’s victory” (…)”The situation in both Kikonzo and Kisenyi remains tense with security reinforcements seen patrolling” (…)”A number of people have been seen packing up their belongings and heading out of the two towns” (NBS TV Uganda, 2016).