elderly woman in Kyotera district is nursing injuries
after losing her hands to unknown assailants on Wednesday evening. The
assailants attacked 56-year-old Maria Yosefa Nakyanzi at her residence in
Kyango-Kazo village in Nkenge Ward Kasaali Town Council where she was with her
grandson around 7:30 pm.
Residents who responded to the alarm saw the
assailant and pursued him for about an hour but he vanished under the cover of darkness. Nakyanzi’s son, Chrysostom Ssengabi, says that he
was in the trading centre buying something when he received a call about his
in: “Ono omulwadde maama…………
Cue out:…………………..bali mu mukolako.”//
Farouk Ddamurila, the Kyango-Kazo LC I chairman, says that they are working
with the police to pursue the suspects.
in: “Tubadde tuli wano………………..
Cue out:…………muno mukyaalo eyigga.”//
Dr. Emmanuel Ssekyeru, the Kalisizo Hospital
Medical Superintendent, says that Nakyanzi will recover but the injuries may take some time to heal.
Muhamad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional Police
Spokesperson, says police are hunting for the suspect at whatever cost.
He says that for the case of Kyotera, the attacker is believed to be from the same area based on the tracking by the sniffer dog.
//Cue in: “EKyotera Mu Kasaali………………
Cue out:…………..ani olwekikolwa kino.”//
Nakyanzi becomes the second victim of the
machete attacks in Kyotera district in five days after the assailants killed
Silvern Sulaiti Ssekanjako of Kololo Cell in Mutukula Town Council on Saturday.
In a related incident, the police are hunting for a heartless man for killing
his wife in a domestic fight following a drinking spree.
The shocking incident occurred at Kimanya
B village in Kimanya-Kabonera division in Masaka city around 11:40pm on
Wednesday night. The deceased has been identified as
Joan Nalubega, 27 and the husband
who is on the run as Moses Muwanga.
Walugembe, the Kimanya B village chairperson, says that the couple got
a misunderstanding over unknown reasons. He says the man killed his wife with a broken bottle. Walugembe says that Muwanga fled the scene to
avoid being lynched by the angry mob.
called the police that visited the scene and took her body to Masaka Regional
Referral Hospital for post-mortem. Muhamad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional
Police Spokesperson, says that Nalubega and Muwanga had a longstanding dispute, which the police Child
and Family Protection Unit tried to resolve.
in: “Ekiro ekikeseza leero……………
Cue out:………………nga bakwatibwa.”//
Nsubuga further disputed claims that it was the machete-wielding thugs that attacked Nalubega.