The Kibaale District Police Commander Peterson Okuja says, that 24 people have been arrested, in connection with the ethnic violence and conflicts in Kibaale district.
The 24 people are believed to be part of a lager group which burnt down houses and injured several people during the election period.
Okuja says, the suspects will be charged with murder, arson and malicious damage of property.
In a related development, Uganda's Ambassador to Kenya Brig. Matayo Kyaligonza has asked the Banyoro and Bakiga in Kibaale, to unite and end the intertribal conflicts in the area.
Kyaligonza toured Kibaale district on Saturday, to assess the situation which has of recent been hostile.
Addressing residents at Kiryanga sub county headquarters, Kyaligonza called on the Banyoro and Bakiga to learn how to co-exist, in order to foster development in the area.
He also warned the local politicians in Kibaale district, against inciting violence among the Banyoro and Bakiga.
The Banyoro-Mubende committee officials however told Kyaligonza that violence in Kibaale can only cease if the influx of the Bakiga is controlled.