On August 28, the suspect is said to have called Assistant Commissioner of Police-ACP Paul Nkore, the Greater Masaka Regional Police Commander purporting to volunteer intelligence leading to the assailants. To prove his claims, Muwonge aided police in the arrest of Peter Ocheng and Francis Kayemba, who later confessed to being part of the criminal gang that was executing murders in the area.
Joseph Mukasa, a resident of Kijjabwemi was found dead at Kyabumba in Masaka district. His motorcycle is missing. Kuzaifa Mawanda, 24, was also killed on September 11 (last Saturday) almost at the same spot where Mukasa’s body was recovered.
Although Francis Onebe denied ever employing a permanent maid, Godfrey Akena, the defence secretary of Lower Mawanga village, said the couple had a maid who they often sent to buy foodstuffs from his shop.
One of the detectives told URN that they raided the Motel hotel on a tip-off by a neighbour to one of the suspects indicating that some people were looking for a child to buy at Shillings 20 Million from Nansana and other areas.
Defense lawyer Hamza Ssekidde from Wameri and Company Advocates remained silent about prayer made by the state which Nakawa Court Grade One Magistrate Posiono Odwori accepted and further remanded the accused until September 30, 2021.
The young mother who was found alone with no helper or even baby clothes told one of the midwives to help keep eye on the child as she went to by some soda since she was hungry at a nearby Kiosk but did not return.
According to the circular issued by the school, diploma students under government sponsorship would pay Shillings 1.47 million up from Shillings 1.27 million while private sponsored students would pay Shillings 2.5 million from the initial Shillings 2.077 million.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Region Spokesperson, who described the incident as barbaric, says that they have since recovered the exhibits, adding that inquiries are ongoing although no suspect has been arrested.
“The owner of this Wish shared with us the contact of Alleluia Bernabas. We traced him and he was arrested. He confessed to committing the crime alongside Herbert Mutamba and one Ahimbisibwe,” Twine said.
Onebe who has been in police custody since last week insists that he does not know how ‘unknown’ woman ended in their septic tank. CID Spokesperson, Charles Twine, has said they have now decided to conduct DNA tests with the couple’s children to confirm whether the corpse picked from a septic tank is that of their missing mother.