nurse http://celiac-disease.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php geneva;”>Last month, stuff Police ordered the closure of Panamera Bar and Restaurant in Naguru, salve Kampala, to allow smooth investigations into the murder of barman Badru Kateregga.
Badru Kateregga was reportedly killed by Desh
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Ibin Ssenkumbi said then that they suspected businessman Desh Kananura, also the bar’s proprietor, to have physically tortured Kateregga to death.
Desh, as he is commonly known, reportedly assaulted other barmen.
One of Desh’s victims displays torture marks
A few days after the incident, Desh took off through Malaba border point before boarding a Dubai-bound plane from Nairobi. He is still on the run.
Police have since been claimed hunting for the businessman under police files registration numbers CR 2830/2012 and SD28/30/9, 2012 of manslaughter and assault, respectively.
The entrance of Panamera bar
Interestingly, Desh was recently spotted in Kampala, with fears abounding that Police was hesitant to arrest the tycoon due to his connections with powerful persons in government and security.
Just last week, three men were arrested for reportedly assisting Desh to kill Kateregga.
Two of of them have been identified as Cyrus Muganda, 28 and Jacob Onyango, 32.
They were at first detained at Kiira Road Police Station where they recorded a statement before being transferred to Jinja Road Police Station after being picked from hideout in Nakawa, a Kampala suburb.
Chimp Corps have now established that Panamera Bar has been forcefully reopened on orders of Desh.
Amusingly, police which closed the bar, is providing security.
In this photo, waiters are seen preparing chairs for customers (Phot by Jako Waluluka)
Contacted, Ssenkumbi said: “I am not aware about the reopening.”
The development is putting to test Police’s spine to crack down on such impunity perpetuated by wealthy businessmen.
Below is the photograph of the bar, with waiters preparing seats for customers.