Crime & Investigation

Bisuuti Murder: Police Probe Works Officials


visit this site geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The law enforcement body’s spokesperson, Judith Nabakooba, described the story carried by one of the local dailies as “totally false and baseless.”

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“The evidence that we have gathered so far does not point towards any military personnel involved in the murder. The leads we are following do not even point towards Special Force Command,” said Nabakooba.

“The evidence so far gathered does not implicate or link any member of the Armed Forces but towards a criminal gang.”

Unknown gunmen last week stormed Bisuuti’s residence in Kampala before firing bullets into the engineer’s chest as he slept.

He died instantly.

Several conspiracy theories have pointed to land wrangles and conflicts with workmates as the cause of Busuuti’s death.

Nabakooba said Police on Tuesday night visited the deceased’s former place of work (Ministry of Works) “and we have lined up a few staff for interrogations.”

She added: “It is, therefore, erroneous and misleading for anyone to suggest that Special Forces Command is involved in the murder.”


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