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Chinese Community Places 300M Bounty on Kikoni Murderer

The house where bodies of the murdered chinese women were discovered. (Photo by: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

The Chinese Community in Uganda has placed a Ushs300 million prize for any information leading to the arrest, viagra order http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php prosecution and conviction of the murderer(s) of two Chinese nationals in Kikoni, case http://delightstudio.co.rs/wp-includes/locale.php Kampala.

Ms Ren Ju, 33, and Ms Sang Weng, 34, were stabbed to death on the morning of February 15th 2017 at their place of residence in Kikoni, Makerere, Kampala.

Ms Ren Ju was working with Club 7 restaurant in Kololo as a waitress while Sang-Weng Wa was a waitress at Chinese Business Hotel in Bugolobi.

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The murder case was registered under Reference Number CRB91/2017 at Wandegeya Police Station.

While addressing the media on the fateful morning of February 15th, Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura said that Police was holding Fred Ssembatya, a special hire driver to help them in investigations.

Police detectives said that the two were first kidnapped, killed and later dumped into a house in Makerere where their bodies were found.

The special hire driver who was arrested is said to have been hired by an unknown Chinese man from Chez Johnson hotel in Nakulabye to Club 7 Restaurant in Kololo where they picked Ren-Ju and brought him to the said house.

Police hasn’t zeroed down on the real suspects and the murderer(s) is still at large.

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