story for sale http://danielcalvo.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php geneva;”>Aaron Abasa, doctor http://dbkschool.net/wp-includes/class-wp-simplepie-sanitize-kses.php had mysteriously left his home in Mutundwe along Entebbe road on August 24 until Saturday when Good Samaritans telephoned his mother, saying they wanted to re-unite her with the boy.
According to family friends, Abasa vanished after being “disciplined” by her mother.
It has now emerged that out of anger, Abasa walked about 2 villages away before landing on a family and lied to them that he lost his way home.
Abasa further said he didn’t have any of his parents’ telephone numbers since they had recently been changed. This was also a lie.
“They sheltered him till they saw a news item on Bukedde TV about the missing boy and called the number on the screen,” recounts a close friend to Abasa’s family.
Abasa’s parents had used the media to publicize their missing son’s photographs.
The strangers’ telephone call was picked by a friend of Abasa’s mother.
A few hours later, Abasa was reunited with his joyful parents in Mutundewe, ending a heartbreaking 8-day search.
Joseph Tumwebaze, a family friend, has told Chimpreports that Abasa was found in “great health.”
Clad in a short sleeved red jersey, khaki shorts and blue slippers, Abasa chose to abandon his home in what appeared as an early search of freedom from his mother.
A case was reported at Wandegeya Police Station, considering that Abasa was a senior student of Makerere College School.