Kifuko reportedly developed labor pains on Sunday night and went to Kaiso's home for redress. She, however, developed unforeseen complications immediately after giving birth to a baby boy who died moments later.
The man identified as Shaban Mukhooli is reported to have killed his mother Suzanne Chebet, 60, his wife Jessica Nabbanja, 40, and his son Mutwalo Mukhooli, 6. He also injured his brother, Godfrey MukhoolI, who is now admitted to Bugiri General Hospital.
Nabwire and her five other family members, all residents of Bukamba village, in Idudi town council ate supper together on Monday but failed to move out of their house in the morning raising suspicion from the neighbors.
The Kiira Region Police Spokesperson, James Mubi announced the ultimatum on Thursday, saying that they resolved to give the scrap dealers time to cooperate since many are still harboring vandalized electricity equipment in their warehouses.
Mubarak Muwumba, a resident of the area, says that Kaudah and her child were last seen on Saturday night. Muwumba says that they alerted police officers who upon forcefully opening the door, saw Kaudah and her daughter lying lifeless on the ground.
It is alleged that Kitimbo was part of the armed robbers who were assaulted and disarmed on December 07th, 2022 in Namwendwa town council, in Kamuli district. Three died on spot but Kitimbo and others still at large managed to escape.
According to Ongadia, he bought the UPDF uniform from an undisclosed source at Shillings 38,000. He told detectives at Bugembe police station where he is locked up that he was under pressure to formalize his conjugal relationship with his girlfriend, which forced him to resort to illegal roadblocks to get money to finance their traditional marriage ceremony.
“I know that you have the money I am asking from you and its’ upon you to either choose to hold onto the money at the expense of your son’s life or give me this money in cash and rescue him,” reads the letter in part.
It is reported that the trio; Paul Kivumbi, David Kivumbi and Laston Kabutanga picked Gavamukulya from a local eatery in the Irundu trading centre and battered him with blunt objects on Saturday night. They accused him of stealing cassava
Busoga North police spokesperson Michael Kasadha says that detectives have been dispatched to the scene of the crime and preliminary findings indicate that the deceased was killed from another area and the body dumped in the swamp.
The trio was driving in a Toyota Caldina registration number; UAG 226B when they rammed into a stationary sugarcane truck registration number; UAA 759Q in the wee hours of Sunday morning. The vehicle is reported to have overturned two times killing the trio instantly.
The attack comes just two weeks after the victim's colleague, Asuman Mutegula, a private guard working with the same security group was shot dead while guarding a produce store, in Kasokoso ward, in Central division, in Iganga municipality.
The body of the man was first sighted this morning by rice farmers who noticed it sailing through the water drainage channels across their gardens. The Police have since retrieved the body and taken it to Kiyunga Health Centre IV mortuary for postmortem.
The Kiira region police spokesperson, James Mubi says that Matende has been frustrating efforts of cracking down on criminal elements within the community, most of whom are suspected to be working under his command to create havoc.
According to the police, the suspects have been planning to kill the deceased after serving their six months sentence in Bugembe prisons following their conviction for stealing her smartphone and other valuables.