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Another Child Dies in House Fire Namisindwa in Four Days

According to police, the two parents left their baby in the house with a charcoal stove cooking beans only to come back and find her burnt to death. Rogers Taitika, the Elgon Region Police spokesperson, says Police suspect that the fire started from the charcoal stove.
Another child has died in a house fire in Namisindwa district in a space of four days.  

The deceased is three-month-old Robina Masheru, the daughter of Sipora Namutebi, a resident of Mufutu village in Namisindwa district.  Police are hunting for Namutebi and her husband for allegedly neglecting their child in the house, which led to her death. 

According to police, the two parents left their baby in the house with a charcoal stove cooking beans only to come back and find her burnt to death. Rogers Taitika, the Elgon Region Police spokesperson, says Police suspect that the fire started from the charcoal stove.

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Masheru’s death brings to three the number of children who have perished in house fires in the district within a space of four days. 

Last week, two minors were burnt to death inside their grandmother’s house where they were left unattended. 

Police identified the victims as six-year-old Brighton Wadulu and three-year-old Blessing Mukite, both children of Robert Wamaluku, a resident of Bumuleki village in Bubutu Sub County in Nami.