Crime & Investigation

Mbarara: Grief As Another Baby Goes Missing

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Namusoke, fresh from the Russian events, put a smile onto the faces of many Ugandan fans who were initially in grief following the mediocre performance which was exhibited by her teammates in the women category.

The results placed Ugandan into the third place out of the seven countries.

The earlier performance put up by teammates; Irene Kasuko and Prossy Nyanja had seen Turkestan dominating the previous events.

Kasuko also managed to lift a bronze medal in the 63 kilogramme class.

According to Salim Musoke, the Weight Lifting President, the display has given Uganda a green light to host the African Club Senior event which is slated for September 1-8, at the Imperial Royale hotel in Kampala.

sale sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>According to the boy’s parents, ailment David Mwebesa and Daniela Korushaba, viagra 60mg Joshi Kasapuli (the baby) was taken by a stranger who sought for accommodation from their home for a night.

Mwebesa told Chimpreports that while he was away, a certain woman came to their home and pleaded with his wife to shelter her for a night claiming that she had nowhere to go since dusk was gathering ground.

“My wife allowed to accomodate the stranger. In the morning, they prepared and took breakfast together and later prepared lunch,” Mwebesa narrated.

“However, at around 11am, my wife fell into a deep sleep. She was later on awoken by neighbours at around 4:00pm after realizing that there was no one active at home.”

“It is at this time that Korushaba realized the boy had been taken by the stranger. It is unfortunate that my wife can only describe her appearance and nothing more.”

“We believe the lady might have added chloroform into my wife’s breakfast.”

On inquiring from the people around, we were told that the same lady, only identified as Sharon and believed to be from Ntungamo, was last week spotted being thrown out of a lodge in Ibanda town.

“We have since then reported to the police and request that whoever has any information about our missing child to contact us on 0703774469, 0702570405 or Mbarara Central Police Station.”

It should be remembered that kidnapping of children is on the rise in the country.

Police in Natete are also searching for a one year-old baby, Calvin Mwanje, who went missing on March 13, in Busega-Kibumbiro in Wakiso district.

Calvin is reported to have disappeared mysteriously from the neighbourhood where he was playing with fellow kids when the mother had gone to mend her shoes at the cobbler’s place.

Meanwhile, secondary school girls are also being kidnapped, raped and murdered; the last case being of two girls from Mukono.


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