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.
JohnBosco Nyenyeri, the area LC1 Chairperson says it is a big tragedy to the village since Byakatonda was the only elder of that age remaining in the area.
He suspects the deceased could have committed suicide due to frustration since he was staying alone in his house and had no one to take appropriate care of him.
Godfrey Kavulu the publicity secretary of Magoma village says that Nalwanja’s body was discovered by residents at around 9:00 am who were passing near a bricklaying site where she was killed last night.
Captain Joseph Maada, the 303 Brigade Counter Intelligence Officer told Uganda Radio Network that the reason Kalyango committed suicide is still being investigated since he did not have any misunderstanding with his colleagues in the barracks.
According to the report, a total of 2,500 adolescent boys and young men aged 10 to 24 years participated in a survey conducted in August in all the divisions of Kampala city. They were asked about how COVID-19 had affected their health and psychological well-being.
The 14-year-old primary seven-candidate of Bishop Cipriano Kihangire Primary School in Kitintale Kampala hanged herself following a fight between her father, Alfred Oryema and mother, Concy Oroma at their home in Custom corner in Gulu West Division on Friday morning.
Denis Olweny, the Officer in Charge of Operations at Kalongo Police Station told URN in an interview on Tuesday that the deceased was first discovered by his brother who later alerted local leaders and the police. Olweny says preliminary reports indicate the deceased suffered depression.