Nagirinya’s family led by her father Francis Lubowa and former Buganda kingdom minister Dr Ben Mukwaya blamed her death on police negligence. They said that her life could have been saved if police acted as soon as it was alerted about her kidnap.
Last month, the Ministry of Disaster and Preparedness delivered 600 bags of rice, 200 Source pans, 100 tarpaulins to cater for about 1,450 residents affected by the fire. However, according to Lawrence Kiyinga the LCIII Chairperson of Koome Sub County, only 300 bags of rice were delivered. Each bag contained 50 kilograms.
Juliet Nankabirwa, who operates a tree nursery in the area, says about nine bodies have been dropped in the area since last year. She notes that they have minimized walking during night hours fearing for their lives. According to Nankabirwa, they often hear school children and women screaming for help from the bad hearted men trying to rape them.
The refugees who included 22 children and five adults fled fighting in North Kivu Province, Rucuru village and ended up in Abakiriza church in Kampala who sheltered them for some time but later were put in a bus and they ended up in Malaba border as they were seeking for asylum in Kenya.