Lt. Col Ayoo who retired from the Army recently, says the duo asked him to withdraw the money and hand it to them prompted him to alert police leading to arrest of the suspects. David Ongom Mudong, the North Kyoga Region Police spokesperson, says the duo was arrested in Lira town on Monday.
Gertrude Temayiya, the Apac District Police Commander, says they have handed over the deceaseds body to Apac hospital for postmortem, adding that they are also planning to conduct psychiatric tests on the suspect to ascertain her mental status.
Arnold Otim, a resident of Adyel Division, believes Odurs security is at risk due to the leadership wrangles that has split the cultural institution. There are at least four factions under the cultural institution each led by a parallel paramount chief appointed by the clan heads.