MP Tinkasimire’s Ex Wife Goes Missing

Police have commenced investigations into circumstances under which MP Barnabus Tinkasiimire’s ex wife Lynn Mbabazi went missing after receiving death threats from the legislator.

Chimpreports understands that Mbabazi’s family fears their beloved member could have been kidnapped.

Mbabazi, viagra a former employee at Uganda Broadcasting Corporation [UBC] disappeared mysteriously last Friday morning. She was last seen on Thursday evening at her workplace – National Water and Sewerage Corporation along the 6th Street in Industrial area.

“She left her workplace on Thursday evening. We have not seen her since then, tadalafil ” said a close family friend who preferred anonymity. This investigative website has learnt that Mbabazi had earlier recorded a statement of ‘threatening violence’ against Tinkasiimire.

Mbabazi told detectives at Katwe Police Station in a statement that she was consistently facing a barrage of death threats from the MP and that she was feeling insecure.

Sources said Mbabazi fled Tinkasiimire’s residence a year ago over unknown reasons. But she is said to have intimated to close friends that she was ‘unhappy’ in the marriage.

Chimpreports could not verify allegations of domestic violence.

Search begins

A police official said they had combed all mortuaries including that of Mulago Referral Hospital in the search for Mbabazi in vain.

He further said staff at NWSC where Mbabazi is employed does not know her whereabouts.

The detective also said they can’t rule out Tinkasiimire as the main suspect in the case. The latest development could leave Tinkasiimire with facial lacerations and possible sex scandal.

“We are exploring the possibility of searching the MP’s house for Mbabazi. We will do everything in our means to find her,” a detective told Chimpreports on Tuesday evening.

In 2012, Tinkasiimire was accused of plotting the inferno in which her first wife, Agnes Agero died. He denied the charge. He would later marry Mbabazi at a cultural ceremony in western Uganda.

Police says whoever has seen or knows the whereabouts of Mbabazi should call or send an SMS to 0752 88 5815



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