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Ugandans Acted Like Military Soldiers Were Apprehended After Harassing Kenyans

Ugandans Acted Like Military Soldiers Were Apprehended After Harassing Kenyans
Ugandan military official, 3 regular citizens who were badgering Kenyan anglers in Lake Victoria on Thursday, December 23, 2021. /PHOTO: KENYANS

An Ugandan fighter and three regular people who had acted like military men to request pay-offs from clueless Kenyans were captured in Lake Victoria.

Reports demonstrated that the trooper was important for the gathering that had wore military clothing to scare Kenyan anglers.

The four Ugandans were captured in the wake of intersection into Kenyan waters in Lake Victoria and bothering neighborhood anglers. They had supposedly kept 10 Kenyan anglers.

As per reports, the four Ugandans were requesting Ksh30,000 from every single one of the 10 anglers in the 3 am episode on Thursday, December 23, 2021.

Image of a House floating on the water of a fish net protector in Dunga Beach Lake Victoria
Image of a House floating on the water of a fish net guard in Dunga Beach Lake Victoria. /PHOTO: VIRAL KENYAN MAGAZINE

The Kenya Coast Guard Service officials, be that as it may, frustrated their arrangements later Kenyans revealed the episode. Officials from the Kenyan side acted quickly and incapacitated the tactical man who had an AK-47 rifle.

Bunyala OCPD, Peterson Nyakundi, let writers know that the Kenyans were confined in a wooden kayak that was going to the Ugandan side when the coast monitors found them.

“The Kenya Coast Guard Service officials got a ready that the outsiders had caught ten of our residents and were requesting a pay off of Ksh30,000 from every single one of them prior to liberating them.

“The officials moved quickly and foiled their arrangements, first, by incapacitating the tactical man who had an AK-47 rifle and a hatchet before the four suspects were taken into police care,” Blogger Nyakundi expressed.

The secretary of Bunyala Beach Management Network, Omondi Ndeke, lauded the Kenya Coast Guard for making a quick move taking note of that Kenyans had become simple prey for rebel Ugandans who needed to bring in pain free income.

He further mourned that Kenyan anglers had been exposed to provocation in the lake for quite a while and approached the two states to track down an enduring arrangement.

“Kenyan anglers have lost over ksh2.5 million through coercion in the course of recent months. At this very moment, five of our anglers and five boats have been kept in Uganda,” Ndeke told the press.

This comes scarcely four months later Kenyan anglers held shows in Homa Bay later one of their own was supposedly killed by Ugandan security powers.

The incensed anglers approached the public authority to shield them from what they named as provocation by the Ugandan officials during fishing trips in Lake Victoria.

As per the anglers, Haraphat Okinyi Nguka was supposedly shot dead by the Ugandan security authorities and his body tossed in Lake Victoria.

Youths enjoying boat ride in Hippo Point Beach, Lake Victoria
Youths enjoying boat ride in Hippo Point Beach, Lake Victoria. /PHOTO: VIRAL KENYAN MAGAZINE