"My wife used to leave home early in the pretext of clearing the farm before sunrise, only to meet up with his lover. On receiving information from locals, I lost control and killed her," reads Tenywa's statement in part.
Richard Kajura, one of the residents says that the deceased had instructed him to load two cows on a waiting pickup which would transport them to the police station as exhibits, when he received a phone call alerting him that he was being robbed.
Grace Mbali, the Dongi Village LC I chairperson says the deceased has been a casual worker at the pond where she drowned with her children. Mbali says eyewitnesses confided in him that the deceased lied to the caretaker of the pond caretaker that she had forgotten her phone around the area.
Christine Babirye, a teacher at the school says the heavy rain forced pupils and teachers to lock themselves in the main hall. “We experienced heavy rainfall with accompanied with a huge storm, which blew off the roof of the classroom. We decided to converge in the main hall where tragedy befell us,” she said.
On Saturday, Nakato drove to Mbalala trading center along the Jinja-Kampala Highway after receiving a tip off that Magada had been cited in the area. According to Nakato, she found Magada alive and well.
Felix Opolot and Julius Bakala, all attached to Kitukiro police post in Buyende Town Council were arrested this morning after a tip off from residents who saw two young girls aged 14 and 15 move out of the police unipots. The two girls went missing on Monday.