Nsanzumukiza, 24, a resident of Rwungo Cell, Rugabano Sector is said to have killed his father, Bizimana alias Munyabarame, 70, using a machete and threw the body in a pit latrine.
It is not yet clear as to why Nsanzumukiza, who is currently detained at Bwishyura Police Station, did this bloody act as neighbours say the two had never had conflict of any kind.
The body of the deceased, which was taken to Kirinda hospital for medical examination, was recovered by area residents, who notified police.
Investigations are still ongoing to identify what could have tempted the suspect to kill his father.
Police Spokesperson Superintendent Theos Badege, who condemned the gruesome act, urged the public to always seek judicial recourse to iron out their differences.
Life, he said, should be valued.
He appealed to everyone to be responsible and report domestic conflicts before they get out of hand, to help authorities prevent such acts from happening.
Nsanzumukiza, who will now be charged with murder, if convicted, will be sentenced to life imprisonment.
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Chimpreports has learned the demo is being organized by a one Mustapha Semanda Magero, a Ugandan opposition supporter living in UK.
“We call upon all Ugandans in Diaspora to join a demonstration against the NRM sponsored UK Convention organised by Willy Mutenza. If they cannot allow the opposition in Uganda to have rallies or peaceful assemblies, why should they expect to have it easy in London,” said Magero in a message to different Uganda online forums, particularly UAH.
The protest could embarrass the First Lady, who will be accompanied by Vice President Edward Ssekandi and KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi.
Organized by NRM supporters, the convention will be held under the theme “the best of Uganda Business and Investment Diaspora Expo 2012.”
This year’s convention aims at bringing together international and Ugandan business practitioners, investment experts, Ugandan Government officials and Uganda Diaspora to share experiences and deepen an understanding of investment opportunities that are available in Uganda today.
The after party will feature performances by musicians Bobi Wine, Iryn Namubiru and Judith Babirye.
But Magero says the Ugandan government is wasting money on such events yet “our people are dying in hospitals which are ill equipped with no medicines or doctors.”
The function will also be attended by British politician Baroness Lynda Chalker, a close friend to President Yoweri Museveni, Hon. Daudi Migereko, Minister of Lands, Housing & Urban Development, Jolly K. Kaguhangire, Commissioner – Uganda Revenue Authority, Gideon Badagawa, Ex. Dir. of Private Sector Foundation (PSFU), Hon. Gerald Karuhanga, MP, Youth Western Uganda (Good Governance) and Alenyo Marshall, Senior immigration officer
Others are Tress Bucyanayandi, Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Stella Makumbi, Farah Ramadan, IHS Global Insight, Dr. Samuel Mugasi, CEO – NAADS, Deus Muhwezi, Assistant Commissioner in charge of Agribusiness, Dr. John F.K. Mutumba, Medical Superintendent – Women’s Hospital International and Fertility Centre and Perez Ochieng – CEO SACOMA.