The two reportedly had a heated argument over four million Shillings which the deceased’s wife, Hajara Nakisinge is said to have stolen. They have reportedly been bickering for several months over the money until the latest incident which left the wife and the child with severe injuries.
Deo Obura, the Albertine regional police commander says that the search will continue until all the remaining missing bodies are recovered from the lake. The retrieved bodies are for five men and four women.
He was granted cash bail of 1 million shillings while his four sureties were each granted a non-cash bond of 20 million shillings. They are; Betty Abenakyo, Esther Mbidde, Jessy Mugero and Christopher Mugero.
Ssebulime was arrested, handcuffed and shot dead on March 24, by officers on a Police Patrol Vehicle that responded to an alarm by Nantaba that she was being trailed. Later, Nantaba accused police of concealing information about a syndicate to which Ssebulime belonged and that his shooting was a ploy to hide evidence about a clear threat to her life.
The 2018 report by World Vision Office in Rakai district about girl-child rights indicate that a total of 403 children were reported to have been defiled in Rakai district and majority had entered into marriage and got pregnant when they were still below age.
According to the report, the school dropout rate in the area stands at 47 percent and the trend is even worse with the number of girls completing secondary school levels.