Ismael Malore, a member of the deceased's family, says that their family is embroiled in property sharing wrangles spanning from 2016 when their father, Suleiman Malore, a powerful businessman passed away.
Wayelo's mother, Florence Achan says that they live in a deserted area and only noticed the fire when they saw huge flames. "Our house is located near the wetland and our neighbours who live about 100 meters away only noticed the fire when it had already spread all over the house," she said.
Milton Wagalya, a resident of Kisega village says that he lost one cow, two goats and a sheep, which has severely affected his daily income. Wagalya says that his rice garden was also submerged leaving him without any source of income.
Information obtained by URN shows that after stabbing his wife, Tenywa sought refuge at his friend's home in Buyengo town council, in Jinja district. He allegedly told his friend his wife had sent him away after a bitter split.
The LC ! CHairman Paul Batambuze said: "Nabirye reported to us how Tenywa had subjected her and the children to inhumane treatment, however, all efforts of arresting him failed, since he could stealthily escape from us."
Ayub Kawanguzi, a resident in the area who was found harvesting the groundnuts says that he works with his four children to collectively make big harvests on a daily basis and the farm owner pays him their joint average earning of 12,000 Shillings per day.
Michael Kilegeya, a resident within the area says that the children’s parents left about a week ago, living them under the care of neighbors who ensured their well-being and it was shocking how one of them suffocated to death.
"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.
The village defense secretary Ayub Buyinza says that while conducting a search at the Kiwelele’s home, they recovered stolen mattresses, furniture, utensils and clothing, which angered residents to the point of lynching them.
the couple used to be peaceful and a source of inspiration for many young families within the area. However, following the covid-19 lockdown in which Byakika lost his bar business and started living permanently with his wife, the two started engaging in endless fights.
"A draw is not bad for us while away from home and we believe it will help us to create winning chances during our upcoming home game against Tooro United FC," Bright Star's interim head coach Simon Peter Mugerwa said.
Mutaalu says that they recalled their daughter to their village home and advised her against engaging in acts that would lead to the collapse of her sister’s marriage, but she did not heed to their advice and threatened to end her life.