Ajambo told URN on her sickbed at Bishop Ceaser Asili Hospital that Masinde returned at home drunk and started quarreling as she was boiling tea with the children.
Jennifer Ajambo lying at Bishop Ceaser Asili hospital bed on friday morning
A 30-year-old woman is nursing wounds at Bishop
Ceaser Asili Hospital in Luweero district following a machete attack by her
The machete victim is Jennipher Ajambo, a mother of six children and
wife to Robert Masinde.
She was rushed to Bishop Ceaser Asili Hospital
on Thursday night in critical condition after being hacked by husband during a
domestic brawl at their home in Kamira trading center in Luweero district.
She sustained severe injuries on head, stomach
Ajambo told URN on her sickbed at Bishop Ceaser Asili Hospital that
Masinde returned at home drunk and started quarreling as she was boiling tea
with the children.
According to Ajambo, she tried to calm him down
but he responded by picking up a machete and attacked her.
explains that she tried to run with their six-month-old baby but Masinde
followed them and hacked her several times until they were rescued by
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Residents rushed Ajambo to Kamira Health Center
III on motorcycle where she was referred to Bishop Ceaser Asili hospital for
The Kamira Village LC 1 Chairperson, Elizephan Wagaba, says reports
from residents indicate that the fight started when Ajambo rejected Masinde’s
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Sister Harriet Onyolo, a medical worker at
Bishop Ceaser Asili hospital, says they are yet to examine Ajambo to establish
the extent of the injury to the bones.
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Isah Ssemwogerere, the Savannah Region Police
Spokesperson, says Police is hunting for Masinde who is still at large.
says officers from the Child and Family Protection Unit will visit the hospital
to record Ajambo’s statement before they prefer charges against her husband.
migrated from Namayingo to Luweero district in 2019 to work in local farms. According
to police, there has been an escalation in cases of domestic violence during
the current lock down.
At least 328 cases of domestic violence were reported in 14
days. 13,639 cases of domestic violence were reported in the 2019,
Police Annual Crime report.