KAMPALA — Security in Kampala has impounded two ambulances that were being used to ferry passengers to Kanungu instead of patients.
Kampala Metropolitan Area spokesperson said the ambulances were impounded at Wandegeya check point after a tip off by intelligence.
Onyango said the driver identified as David Sserukenya of one ambulance was arrested and detained at Wandegeya Police Station while second driver ran away.
The ambulances are registration number UAB 355Z and UAH 832W all landcrusers.
They belong to Revival Fire Ministries based in United Kingdom.
He explained that one of the two ambulances had four passengers who on interrogation alleged that they had paid the drivers UGX.100,000 each so that they could be transported to Kanungu.
The Ambulances had set off for their journey from Katanga, Wandegeya in Kampala.
They were yet to agree on the dues for the luggage.
On searching the ambulances, he said bags of rice, sugar, matooke and other items were got inside.
Security forces have been directed to keenly monitor the movement of ambulances in their Areas of Responsibility.