Esther Nankya,29, a resident of Kikubankima in Mukono Municipality is in police custody on allegations of killing her two children in suspected human rituals. The deceased children are Shaban Kamoga,6, and Ramathan Lubega,3.
It is alleged that the minor's father, Musa Kamya returned home and didn't find anyone to open for him the gate. He decided to call his wife on the phone but she claimed that she was unwell prompting Kamya to open the gate. According to Kamya, when entered the house, he was welcomed by the lifeless bodies of his children lying in a pool of blood in their living room. Between the bodies was a bible.
Kamya raised an alarm which attracted other residents, who reported the incident to Mukono Central Police Station. The officers protected Nankya from the wrath of the charge residents. Denis Kirya, the area Defense Secretary, says that Nankya looked like she was demon possessed by the time they arrived at Kamya's home and they found a hard time containing her.
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The Village LC I Vice Chairperson, Kalebu Bbongole has appealed to the government to streamline the process of establishing new churches in the area. According to Kalebu, Nankya has appeared severally in public preaching the gospel in the village while calling residents to spare time to visit her home for prayers.
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Mariam Kabedda, a resident of Kikubankima appeals to mothers to share the challenges they face while raising their children other than resorting to inhumane behavior. Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy Spokesperson, says that investigations into the matter are ongoing.
He says that officers who responded to the scene saw several on the necks of the victims. It is alleged that the suspect strangled the victims before hitting them on the wall several times until they died. Owoyesigyire says that police are yet to establish behind the