Kibaale bar operator on run after killing customer

The deceased was referred to the hospital but died before reaching there.

By Flavia Ajok

Kibaale: Police in Kibaale district are hunting for Donata Bwokusenga, 27, a bar operator and a resident of Kyabahinda in Kirasa Parish, Kyebando Sub County, for murdering John Bosco Kulabuka, 32, a resident of the same place.

Julius Allan Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson, reveals that on the 19th of this month, at around 2 a.m., the bar operator assaulted the deceased and dragged him some meters away from her bar because she never wanted him to enter her bar.

Hakiza adds that the following day, Fred Asiimwe saw the deceased and called the wife, who later called the mother to take him to the clinic.

The deceased was referred to the hospital but died before reaching there. Hakiza says the suspect is still at large, and if arrested, he will be charged with murder.

In a related development, police in Kikuube district are investigating a circumstance under which Mohamed Christopher, the son of Edward Byenkya, a resident of Buswekera in Hoima West City division, was murdered.

Hakiza told this publication that the deceased, who was murdered by the mob, was a boda boda rider at Mabale stage in Mabale trading center, Buhimba subcounty, Kikuube district.

The regional police mouthpiece says on the 17th of this month, at around 2:30 p.m., the deceased was riding a motorcycle rotating around someone’s farm where goats were tied and untied, and upon the residents seeing him, they followed him to where he was heading and found him beheading the goat.

He adds that the mob beat and burned Mohamed with his motorcycle beyond recognition. Hakiza adds that efforts to apprehend the mob suspects are ongoing.

Hkiza reveals that whenever the year is ending, they receive a lot of cases of theft and mobs.

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  1. Murder cases are very common in this region. Causes range from domestic violence, intrigue, malice, drugs, frustration, stress, ignorance to poverty among others.

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