Human Rights Network Offices Robbed

 

Zac Niringiye blamed the attack on organised crime.
Zac Niringiye blamed the attack on organised crime.

Ugandan Non Governmental Organisation, Human Rights Network Uganda was on Sunday night robbed clean by goons who are yet to be known.

According to city lawyer, Nicholas Opiyo, the thugs took away computers, surveillance cameras, photocopiers, money safe, files, reports and all they could set their hands on it.

“These acts of robberies of NGO offices is concerning. It is even more concerning when the police investigations reveal nothing at all. No suspects, no arrests” Nicholas Opiyo said Monday morning via his Facebook page.

Human Rights Network Uganda is located on Plot 94, Old Kiira Road, Ntinda, an upscale city suburb.

Former Kampala Bishop turned political activist, Zac Niringiye blamed the attack on organised crime.

Anthony Mufe, a TIGHT SECURITY guard who abandoned his gun at the scene is on the run.

HURINET-U Programme Officer Patrick Tumwine speaking to the press
HURINET-U Programme Officer Patrick Tumwine speaking to the press

The robbers allegedly first disabled surveillance cameras before taking all the computers, a CCTV server and equipment worth millions of shillings.

The robbery of HRNU is the latest attack on NGOs in the country. Accu UgandaActionAid Uganda, FHRI, EAHRD have also been robbed in the recent past.

1 thought on “Human Rights Network Offices Robbed

  1. How can they implicate them selves ” It is even more concerning when the police investigations reveal nothing at all. No suspects, no arrests” Nicholas Opiyo said “

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