Sam Twiineamazima the Acting Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the mother is currently being detained at Luwero Central Police Station on charges of torture as investigations into the case go on.
The deceased have been identified as Stephen Musisi, his wife Aisha Nalukenge Nagayi, and their two children aged two years and 14 years, all residents of Bukomba village in Luwero sub-county along Kiwoko-Luwero road.
The prime suspects have been identified as Ibrah Ssendegeya a resident and businessman of Kasenene village in Katikamu sub county and Javirah Nuwahereza a court bailiff and a resident of Ganda zone in Nansana municipality.
Sperito Kiroli, the LC III Chairperson of the Zirobwe sub-county says that apart from local leaders, the Police have repeatedly slapped charges of criminal trespass against tenants on disputed land even when these are found to have lived there for decades.
Sylvia Nakiyimba, the wife says that Sebaggala went to his pineapple farm located at Lukiizi village in Butuntumula sub-county on Friday 23rd September last week but never returned and the phone went off.
Livingstone Twazagye, the Luwero District Police Commander said that on seeing the video at around 3pm on Saturday, officers attached to Busula Police Post responded and arrested Nabulime before they transferred her to Luwero Central Police Station.
Sheikh Ramadhan Mulindwa, the Kadhi of Luwero Muslim district, who visited the suspects on Wednesday, says that they pleaded their innocence and called for their immediate release. According to Sheikh Mulindwa, the suspects told him that they committed no offense to live on a hill.
The victim’s father says that when President Yoweri Museveni announced the closure of schools in March last year, Obonyo moved around the village looking for children for coaching and they entrusted him with their child.