The Public Prosecutor and the Ministry of Water and Forests rep/ NDONG NGUEMA Alain vs MOUKAGNA PANGO Emerson Necker
In November 2020, judicial police agents were informed that an individual was in possession of ivory tusks that he intended to sell. An investigation was opened that led to the arrest of MOUKAGNA PANGO Emerson Necker found in possession of six ivory tusks cut into 13 pieces of 10 kgs while he was in a hotel room, the place of the transaction.
The Public Prosecutor and Water and Forest Administration rep/Sieur NDONG NGUEMA Alain vs MOKOKO Bernard, MBONGOMBE Jean, ANGOUO Appolinaire
During September 2020, the named MOKOKO Bernard was approached by a friend, who made him understand that he knew someone who needed to buy ivory tusks. While he had two tusks of 6 kg, he got closer to ANGOUO Appolinaire who was providing him with two ivory tusks of 5 kg and MBONGOMBE Jean who also had two tusks of 7 kg.
The Public Prosecutor's Office and the Sangha Departmental Directorate of Water and Forests vs Ndongotou Espérant Notaire
On January 21, 2021, Ndongotou Espérant Notaire in the company of his fishing friends resolved to go fishing at Ndoki Park, noting the absence of ecoguards at Mokobo port, they returned to said Park aboard a canoe where they hunted for a week.
The Accused was found and arrested in Ntungamo District and later transferred to Kampala CPS. The Accused was found to be in possession of specimen belonging to animals categorized as protected species contrary to the laws of the country. The Accused was charged and prosecuted at the Chief Magistrate Court of Kampala at Buganda Road.
The Appellant was found in a vehicle in possession of ivory without a valid wildlife use right. He was convicted of the same and it was also ordered that he be deported from Uganda. He was sentence to 2 years and 15 days having considered the time he spent on remand which was 11 months and 15 days.
The Accused were arrested at Royal Circuit Truck and Queens mile in Kasese District in the Queen Elizabeth National Park wildlife protected area without permission.
The Accused were arrested in Nwoya District by a team of police officers from Nwoya CPS and were later transferred to Kampala CPS. The Accused were found to be in possession of specimen belonging to animals categorized as protected species contrary to the laws of the country.