Crime & Investigation

2 Murders In Luwero; Suspect Arrested

Police arrested 45 Chinese nationals who are suspected to be staying in Uganda illegally on November 19th.

These were arrested in Munyonyo where they had put up Lily Gals Company limited, online stomach http://csanz.edu.au/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php dealing in sports betting and operating slot machines.

The suspects were netted in a house they had rented in Munyonyo where all the 45 were staying together.

“We arrested them. Right now they are being screened and we are looking at their documents, about it http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/feed-atom-comments.php like the passports. However, http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/acceptance.php some of them are bare,” said Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango.

Benjamin Katama, an official in ministry of internal affairs disclosed that if the documents have gaps, they will be deported to their home country.

 
Police arrested 45 Chinese nationals who are suspected to be staying in Uganda illegally on November 19th.

These were arrested in Munyonyo where they had put up Lily Gals Company limited, buy information pills http://cayein.com/wp-includes/category-template.php dealing in sports betting and operating slot machines.

The suspects were netted in a house they had rented in Munyonyo where all the 45 were staying together.

“We arrested them. Right now they are being screened and we are looking at their documents, story like the passports. However, some of them are bare,” said Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango.

Benjamin Katama, an official in ministry of internal affairs disclosed that if the documents have gaps, they will be deported to their home country.

 

Police in Luwero district have arrested Aisha Nakafeero who is suspected to have killed her husband on Tuesday 18th November 2014.

Apparently, decease http://cjr.edu.mx/images/stories/html/imagenes/marcos/./texto:01.php Nakafero picked a fight with her husband, Mayambala, accusing him to have committed adultery and when the fight intensified, she reached for a knife and stabbed the deceased several times in the neck and the chest.

Police found and recovered a blood stained knife as an exhibit at the crime scene.

Also in Luwero, Paul Kakooza, a resident of Nyimbwa village was found dead in his house. He is suspected to have been murdered by unknown people who, at the moment, police have started hunting.

“As we approach the festive season, everyone should be a spy on the other, avoid coming home past midnight, this is the time for most criminal activities,” said Lamech Kigozi, the region police spokesperson.

 

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