“I woke up early in the morning to go and ease myself only to be welcomed by a dead body dumped in front of my clinic. I can’t tell who dumped the body what I did was to immediately alert the police who came and picked the body,” said Nyangoma.
Benard Kanabulenge, the Kambaba Cell LC I Chairperson, says the deceased was last seen in Kabamba trading center at around 10 pm in a bar with her colleagues in good health. She later left the bar saying that she was heading home.
However Wilson Amanya, the officer in charge of wildlife in Kibaale, Kagadi and Kakumiro districts said, “There is no provision in the law for us to compensate in such a case.”He explained that out of charity, they at times give a helping hand to victims.
Addressing mourners during special prayers for the soul of Nurse Peruse Banura on Wednesday afternoon at St. Luke’s church of Uganda in Kagadi town, Dr. Aidah Kenseko (relative to the deceased) said according to the postmortem report, Banura died after some of her vessels transporting blood to the heart got narrowed.
According to Rosemary Bico, the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigations Department-CID, the accident occurred around 1:00 am on Wednesday along Kagadi-Hoima road in Kaitemba village Mabaale Sub County when the driver of the Fuso truck Registration number UBF 845Y lost control at a HILL near Kaitemba trading Centre and rammed into a house.
Alice Kabasana, the head of the laity in Kagadi archdeaconry and deputy head of the laity of Bunyoro Kitara diocese is optimistic that the diocese will come with various developments. She asked Christians to work jointly to ensure their dream is fulfilled.
The deceased is identified as Cosma Bakainaga, a resident of the same area while the injured have been identified as Maria Tindikawa, the deceased’s wife and Juliet Asiimwe who is also a daughter to the deceased.