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Mother Accused of Sucking Blood from Baby

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango

Police have arrested several people suspected to have been part of the mob which murdered a woman today morning accusing her of delivering a baby and later killing it.

The deceased has been identified as Kate Birungi, viagra 100mg http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php 28.

Apparently, shop http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/canonical.php residents of Nalukolongo zone II, woke up expecting that Birungi would be having a baby since news that she had given birth had spread.

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However, they were surprised to find out that she did not have the baby and at the same time was no longer pregnant.

When they started interrogating her, she said that she had given birth to the baby but that it had passed away in the hospital.

Things turned violent when one of the residents reported that he had discovered a body of a baby in a nearby trench.

On learning this, the angry residents ganged up and started stoning Birungi, who died in the process.

“We condemn acts of mob justice, now we lost the kid and her mother, we are to screen the arrested people who will later be paraded in court,” said Kampala metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango.

Both bodies have been taken to Mulago Hospital for post mortem.

 
Police in Mityana yesterday November 3rd arrested Nasser Kasolo, doctor http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-includes/class-wp-session-tokens.php a student at Sekanyonyi Senior Secondary School, adiposity http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-config-sample.php for allegedly hacking to death a 39 year old woman.

Apparently, the two picked a quarrel when Kasolo warned the woman who was heading to a community well against passing via their family garden.

It is reported that after the woman failed to heed Kasolo warning, he picked up a hoe and hacked her to death.

The deceased had moved with her little daughter who made an alarm that attracted area residents who together with the help of police arrested Kasolo.

“At the moment we cannot tell where the boy picked all this anger to drive him to kill the woman but we have arrested him together with his mother and we hope this will help in the investigations,” said Regional Police Spokesperson, Phillip Mukasa.

He adds that if the suspect is found guilty, he is likely to face murder charges.

Police in Mityana yesterday November 3rd arrested Nasser Kasolo, case http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php a student at Sekanyonyi Senior Secondary School, for allegedly hacking to death a 39 year old woman.

Apparently, the two picked a quarrel when Kasolo warned the woman who was heading to a community well against passing via their family garden.

It is reported that after the woman failed to heed Kasolo warning, he picked up a hoe and hacked her to death.

The deceased had moved with her little daughter who made an alarm that attracted area residents who together with the help of police arrested Kasolo.

“At the moment we cannot tell where the boy picked all this anger to drive him to kill the woman but we have arrested him together with his mother and we hope this will help in the investigations,” said Regional Police Spokesperson, Phillip Mukasa.

He adds that if the suspect is found guilty, he is likely to face murder charges.

The retrenchment of workers by Igara tea factory in Bushenyi district has attracted mixed reactions from the residents and the retrenched employees.

Last Week, this http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php the factory laid off over 200 employees apparently due to the fall of tea prices on the international market.

One concerned resident, http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-includes/functions.wp-styles.php Dr. Abel Mucunguzi, wondered why the company had delayed to pay farmers that had for long supported its existence.

He advised the company leadership clears the previous debts as it tries to cut costs. Dr. Mucunguzi says that even if the prices reduced, the company still earns enough to pay off the workers and farmers.

He said that the problem affecting the factory was lack of effective communication, poor representation and the misuse of the farmer’s funds.

Richard Ayebazibwe pointed out that the problem came from the directors employing their relatives, making unnecessary trips abroad while using the company’s money and engaging in other uneconomical practices.

Ayebazibwe said that the factory leased Kakombe tea estate, one of its leading estates to individuals who are selling the tea leaves to other factories.

Alex Twinamatsiko, one of the former employees intimated to our reporter that they were laid off without being paid their salaries for the last three months. He further said they demand an explanation on when they will be paid.

Early this week, police deployed heavily at the premises after getting information that some people had stormed the factory with intentions of burning it. The Bushenyi District Police Commander, Richard Anyama confirmed that they deployed to contain the situation.

During a press conference at Western Meridian Hotel, Bushenyi on Monday, Arthur Muguzi an official from the factory blamed the situation on the continued wars in Arab countries which have been the major destination of Ugandan tea.

Igara tea factory was incorporated in 1969. It is located 12 km off the Ishaka-Kasese highway in Butare, Kyamuhunga, Bushenyi District.
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The retrenchment of workers by Igara tea factory in Bushenyi district has attracted mixed reactions from the residents and the retrenched employees.

Last Week, online http://class-actions.us/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/flamingo.php the factory laid off over 200 employees apparently due to the fall of tea prices on the international market.

One concerned resident, dosage Dr. Abel Mucunguzi, approved wondered why the company had delayed to pay farmers that had for long supported its existence.

He advised the company leadership clears the previous debts as it tries to cut costs. Dr. Mucunguzi says that even if the prices reduced, the company still earns enough to pay off the workers and farmers.

He said that the problem affecting the factory was lack of effective communication, poor representation and the misuse of the farmer’s funds.

Richard Ayebazibwe pointed out that the problem came from the directors employing their relatives, making unnecessary trips abroad while using the company’s money and engaging in other uneconomical practices.

Ayebazibwe said that the factory leased Kakombe tea estate, one of its leading estates to individuals who are selling the tea leaves to other factories.

Alex Twinamatsiko, one of the former employees intimated to our reporter that they were laid off without being paid their salaries for the last three months. He further said they demand an explanation on when they will be paid.

Early this week, police deployed heavily at the premises after getting information that some people had stormed the factory with intentions of burning it. The Bushenyi District Police Commander, Richard Anyama confirmed that they deployed to contain the situation.

During a press conference at Western Meridian Hotel, Bushenyi on Monday, Arthur Muguzi an official from the factory blamed the situation on the continued wars in Arab countries which have been the major destination of Ugandan tea.

Igara tea factory was incorporated in 1969. It is located 12 km off the Ishaka-Kasese highway in Butare, Kyamuhunga, Bushenyi District.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, salve http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-endpoint.php Patrick Onyango has rubbished reports that a 2 and a half old baby boy in Nsambya Gogonya zone in Makindye division was sucked of blood by her mother leading to his death.

Onyango told journalists at CPS in Kampala that preliminary investigations had revealed that the minor identified as Joseph Kusasira might have died due to suffocation disputing allegations that it was killed by her mother.

“Despite having found one of the baby’s ears missing, no rx http://cikza.com/wp-includes/class-wp-simplepie-sanitize-kses.php the baby might have suffocated to death according to the recent findings, health ” Onyango assured the press.

Onyango noted that it is thought that the mother, Ester Nansubuga who is believed to be mentally ill slept on it since it was found lying dead on its stomach.

“This has been confirmed by the late’s grand mother, Dorothy Nansubuga who noted that she is the one who used to take care of the baby checking on it every night since her daughter is mentally ill.”

“The grandmother further reveals that she woke up at 4:00 am as usually to check on the baby but she noticed that he was quite and not crying; on checking, She realised that he had passed on and later called on the police.”

Onyango added that Police from Kabalagala harried and rescued the family from the angry mob who were planning to attack Nansubuga claiming that she had sucked blood from her baby.

“Nansubuga is currently detained at police and will soon be taken for medical examination to confirm whether she is mentally ill.”

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