KAMPALA: UGANDA: The American Marine Forces who survived the ill fate ambush in Gulu, at Paichor Sub County a week ago by an known gunmen,is now under UPDF protection.
Hon Okumu Ronald Reagan appear to address the press conference in Gulu on Monday early this week accused some unknown assailant who they were in mission to kill the American Marine forces on Tuesday September 15, he told the press.
Flex Nyero a residence of Angaya village in Paichor was ambushed by unknown gun men, whom Hon Okumu described and believed to be those goon who are part of security wave in the region, he also accused the Balalu guns waling who are causing insecurity in Gulu District and Acholi Sub Region.
Okumu says the American Marine who was the victim of the aborted murder was approaching his home, when he came under heavy guns fire, but the victims escaped because of his military experienced, Okumu told press briefing in Gulu..
“When Nyero who was driving his vehicle was nearing his gate, the guns men open several bullets on his car, but he dodged them and escape an hurt. he was under heavy fired, behind him was a lead car trailing him at distance of about 100 meter.”Hon. Okumu in serious mood told media briefing in Gulu on Monday
Nyero when contact by Oyeng Yeng News Editor in Kampala says he was almost kill when his vehicle was attacked at around 8.30 pm while he approaching his gate in Angaya village.
Nyero is now reallocated to Kampala after the aborted murder says he still live in fear, but the UPDF has given him military escort
“My friend Oyeng yeng if I am not a trained American Marine, those hits squad would have finished me, I was short seven bullets at cross range. Those murders wanted to put even pullets at my ears man, I could not fight back because to face 7 guns men with single hand, you would be a polish mad man, I have to takes covered.” Nyero narrated.
he further reveals that after the incidence the people who he believed to be behind the planned, they are sending messages through whatsapp. when arrested they must face the law of the land, Nyero warns