TERRIBLE! Masindi woman killed in fight for a man

The cause of their altercation was a dispute over a man.

Masindi: In Masindi, a tragic incident unfolded as Christine Ntorochi allegedly took the life of her co-wife.

The deceased, identified as Tembo, was 50 years old and resided in Kimina village within Kiruli sub-county, Masindi district.

The unfortunate event occurred on Sunday, March 31, 2024, around 1:00 PM, when Ntorochi reportedly assaulted Tembo, leaving her in critical condition.

The cause of their altercation was a dispute over a man.

Tragically, hours later, Tembo was discovered in her home, lying next to her son, still in critical condition.

Neighbors rushed her to a nearby clinic, where she was pronounced dead.

Julius Allan Hakiza, the Albertine Regional Police Spokesperson confirmed the incident and said Ntorochi has been apprehended by the police and is currently detained at Masindi Central Police Station.

She will face charges of murder in court.

Meanwhile, in Kibaale district, two individuals, Christopher Mugisha and an individual known only as Emmanuel are in custody for allegedly murdering Damascene Mbarushimana, a 40-year-old resident of Kyakadongo village, Kabasekende Parish.

The incident occurred on March 29, 2024, around 10:00 p.m.

Hakiza explains that the deceased was seen in a bar with the aforementioned friends, but on their way back home, misunderstandings escalated into a violent fight.

The suspects are currently detained at Kibale Central Police Station to assist with investigations.

In Kikuube district, police intervened to rescue an unidentified male adult from an angry mob. The man was accused of stealing cattle, specifically a goat.

The incident took place at Monteme Town Council. The mob subjected the man to serious assault, prompting police to launch an investigation into the matter.

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