Oze, who works with Next Media, said that the invaders have poisoned her dogs, and destroyed her fence, on top of taking her property which she did not identify in a tweet she sent out on Friday.
Thugs attack Annatalia Oze’s home twice in a space of 2 months
Thugs have invaded the home of TV personality Annatalia Ruth Nambooze, also known as Annatalia Oze, twice in a space of two months.
"In a space of two months, I have been robbed twice. What do you want from me, please?… I know the person doing this is following me here. You poison my dogs and cut my security fence wiring," she tweeted.
"I'm warning you… Whatever is going to come your way do not blame me."
Home invasions are increasingly becoming rampant despite law enforcement officers' proclamations that they are going to curb them.
Socialite Charles Olim, aka Sipapa, and his baby mama Shamirah Lukia Nakiyemba are currently in prison for masterminding robbery at the home of Jacob Arok in Bunga, a Kampala suburb on the night of August 28.
Arok is the managing director of the South Sudan National Pension Fund (SSNPF), and – according to Kampala Metropolitan police deputy spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire – he sold property and he was in Kampala to connect to the UK.
Sipapa and his gang robbed cash to a tune of $429,000 (about Shs1.7 billion) and some other items including phones, laptops, and jewelry.
Lt Gen (rtd) Proscovia Nalweyiso, the presidential advisor on security, is among those who pinned Sipapa and she believes there are many such gangs in Kampala.
"I have been fighting Sipapa for a long time. I'm among those who ordered the withdrawal of soldiers from him. Because I don't think they are falsely accusing him of theft... I have been investigating him... Even UPDF and police officers know,” she said in a recent interview.
"He is among gang leaders that attack people's homes in groups of like 30 and steal laptops, phones, a lot of things. And money. And sometimes, cars."
Gen Nalweyiso, who retired from the army last month, said she will use this period to work with security agencies to crack down on criminals that are terrorising homes.
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