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.
Waiswa is reported to have kidnapped Isabirye from her parent's home in Bulyango village, on Saturday night at around 8 p.m. He subsequently made phone calls instructing Isabirye's parents to pay him the ransom before midnight or risk losing their son.
The suspect is 26-year-old Hellen Nyakecho, a resident of Masese II village in Jinja City Southern division. She was picked up on Wednesday and locked up at Jinja Central Police Station for the alleged murder of her boyfriend, John Ochen, 40.
The body was first cited by children who were heading to a borehole in the neighbourhood. area Residents say that the deceased possessed marks of strangulation in the neck and blood oozing out of her private parts.
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
Gabula said that Busoga kingdom has a bottom-top approach system, of rallying communities to involve themselves in economic transformation initiatives, from the village clan heads all through to the royal chiefs’ cabinets.
According to Nabwiso, Queen Elizabeth traveled along with tourists and investors who returned after her visit to set up factories mainly for ginning cotton and producing textiles. “Her visit earned Jinja town then, world-class publicity across international media outlets, which attracted several investors to the area hence earning its name of the industrial town of Uganda and East Africa," he told URN in an interview.
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.
Ismael Malore, a member of the deceased's family, says that their family is embroiled in property sharing wrangles spanning from 2016 when their father, Suleiman Malore, a powerful businessman passed away.
It is reported that the man identified as Yusuf Mukisa stormed the house when his ex-lover, Elizabeth Mbwali was away and chopped off the head of her son Benjamin Mugaya. The other two children; Prossy Babirye and Joan Kaudha sustained injuries and are now receiving treatment.
Milton Wagalya, a resident of Kisega village says that he lost one cow, two goats and a sheep, which has severely affected his daily income. Wagalya says that his rice garden was also submerged leaving him without any source of income.
The farmers note that, unlike the bureaucratic system of selling sugarcane, which involves powerful middlemen to procure sale permits at the expense of smallholder farmers, cocoa exporters directly purchase the fruits from the farmers, hence enabling them to individually negotiate for competitive prices.
This morning, a team of counter-terrorism police personnel rushed to Igenge village to assemble the fragments to ascertain the source of the projectile. The officers recovered two oval-shaped metallic pieces believed to be part of the fragments released by the projectile from the Bugembe prisons compound and Igenge village.