Crime & Investigation

Woman Drowns, Body Found at Sejjusa’s Former Home

Open tunnels and manholes are a common feature in Kampala Metropolitan region

With about 5 weeks to Christmas, and MultiChoice Uganda, salve the country’s leading Digital Television Company has lifted the lid in spoiling customers with grand festive season goodies.

The providers of Dstv and Go Tv announced Thursday morning that they were trimming by half the price of their newly unveiled HD Explora decoders.

“We are saying this season that effective today, viagra 100mg anyone who walks into our stores with Shs 515,000 will be able to walk away with the HD Explora set,” said Brian Muwonge the Company Marketing Manager at a press conference.

The HD Explora decoder was previously going for Sh 965,000.

The offer, Mr Muwonge said, is valid up to the close of January next year, while stocks last.

The new Explora, which was unveiled in the country last year, is famous for its astounding catch-up features, and massive storage capacity where one can catch up with many hours of missed series, games and other favourite shows in their free time.

MultiChoice also announced at the conference, a reduction in the prices of their standard decoder from Shs 327,000 to Shs 279,000 fully installed.

The company sales manager Mr Jude Kalema said the products would be available at all MultiChoice outlets across the country.

“We will also enhance our street activation and we plan as well to make outreaches to various corporate companies with these products at the amazing prices.”
The heavy down pour last night left residents of Kyengera, hospital Nsangi in Wakiso District in grief after it claimed the life of Bushra Nabukeera, information pills a business lady in Kyengera Town.

Mugerwa, a coworker of the deceased narrated that the incidence happened at around 11.30pm when Nabukeera who was returning home from work on a boda boda with two other people fell into a water tunnel and drowned.

“Nabukeera left us in the trading center at around 11.00pm, as usual accompanied by her sister in law with whom she boarded a boda boda heading to their home, but on the way, as they approached Summit College, the cyclist failed to control the bike and they all fell off,” he said.

“Unfortunately, Nabukera fell in a deep water tunnel and was taken away by the running water up to the former home of Gen David Sejjusa located in Kyengera where she was discovered,” Mugerwa further narrated.

Mugerwa further added that together with other residents, after receiving the information he started the hunt for the body and they were later joined by Police. They discovered the body at around 2.30am.

Nsangi DPC, James Salaam confirmed the incident and added that the body of the deceased was taken to Mulago Hosipital while the two survivors were still undergoing treatment at CTC clinic in Kyengera.

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