BUKOMANSIMBI: Residents of Kagologolo Town Council in Bukomansimbi District on Wednesday April 12 2023 woken up in shock after receiving news of the murder of one of their area LC 1 chairperson who was brutally killed and dumped at the area Catholic Church.
Nsubuga Kibirango Sabiiti 61 the Mbaale Village LC 1 chairperson was murdered by unknown people and his body was found dumped near Kagologolo Catholic church with scars and no single cloth on it.
Mr. Alex Ssekigudde the Kagologolo Town council Mayor said the deceased owned money lending business which has been supporting many families to survive and he suspect that the business could have been the cause of his murder.
The deceased, according to Ssekigudde parked his motorcycle at Kagologolo Town where he had gone to buy food stuffs on Monday evening. He then received a call and walked to a certain unknown place but to their surprise he was found dead on Tuesday evening.
“We called his telephone number throughout the night but no one was picking until it went off. We even found his half cake which he had bought dumped behind the church. Mr. Ssekigudde said.
ASP Twaha Kasirye the acting Police spokesperson in greater Masaka said Police received a case from Musa Wavamunno 26 a resident of Mbaale village, Ndeeba Parish in Kitanda Sub County about the death of the chairman.
It’s alleged that on Monday 10th April, Kibirango left Kitanda to Kagologolo at around 4pm to go and check on his garden in Kagologolo town council and later at around 8pm he set off to return to Mbaale village, a journey which he didn’t complete.
“It was first reported as disappearance and search was conducted around until the body was discovered on Tuesday 11th April at around 6pm at Kagologolo in a coffee plantation near the church. We visited and sealed off the scene and later taken the body to Masaka regional referral hospital for postmortem as we carry on investigations to trace the culprits behind the murder.” Kasirye said.
Kasirye urged the general public to avoid night movements to keep lives safe