click http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/shortcodes/footer.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Dan Sekanjako, cheap 28, medications a resident of Kireka zone C in Kiira Town Council was reported missing to police by his wife Harriet Nabaweesi.
Nabaweesi said she is confident her husband is alive but could not hold back fears of a possible kidnap or murder.
Her growing fears emanate from the escalating cases of kidnaps in the central region where captives are slaughtered by cruel assassins.
Nabaweesi says Sekanjako left home at 8:00am on Monday to buy merchandise from Kikuubo, a shopping area in downtown Kampala city, to restock his wholesale and retail shops in Kireka town.
“Since then, I have not set my eyes on my husband. He has not returned home and to make matters worse, all his telephones lines are switched off. We are praying that God keeps us strong in this trying moment,” Nabaweesi told detectives at Kireka Police Station on Tuesday evening.
Kireka District Police Commander, Ronald Mugabi, told Chimpreports that efforts to inquire from business friends and relatives about the whereabouts of Sekanjako are yet to bear fruit.
“We have intensified investigations into the matter because none of his close friends know where he is,” said Mugabi in an interview with this website.
It is suspected the tycoon could have been robbed by thugs who later dumped him far away from Kampala. His wife admits he left home with huge stashes of cash for shopping.
Mugabi advised business persons to always not move with large sums of money and also not to count money in the presence of strangers.
The Police boss further said business persons should always ask police for security services when carrying huge amounts of money.