Lucy Aber, a resident of Agoro Cell and owner of the restaurant where the deceased was working, says Aloro was strangled to death around 9:00 pm in Lumule Cell in Luzira Ward in Pabbo Town Council.
Amuru police are holding four suspects
in connection to the death of a waitress.
The suspects, whose names have been withheld
for fear of jeopardizing investigations are accused of strangling to death,
Margaret Aloyo on Saturday night.
Lucy Aber, a resident of Agoro Cell and owner of the restaurant where the
deceased was working, says Aloro was strangled to death around 9:00 pm in Lumule
Cell in Luzira Ward in Pabbo Town Council.
She revealed that another waitress
was later discovered alive but unconscious in the same makeshift structure
where Aloyo’s body was recovered.
Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson,
Patrick Jimmy Okema says preliminary findings indicate that there was a scuffle
in the restaurant as plastic chairs and tables were found scattered with water
splashed on the floor.
Okema told URN in an interview that
after a thorough examination of the deceased's body, it was discovered that her
neck was broken. The body was later laid on a mat tucked under a mosquito net
to disguise the murder.
He said a murder case has been recorded
at Pabbo Police Post vide CRB 238/2020 as investigations continue. Aloyo's body
was evacuated to Gulu Regional Referral Hospital for postmortem.
Ochola's journalism career begun from Radio King 90.2 FM in Gulu around 2009, and Radio Rupiny 95.7 Fm under Vision Group in 2012. He also reported for Mighty Fire 91.5 Fm, Kitgum in 2015 before joining Wizarts Foundation in 2017.
He has been reporting for Uganda Radio Network (URN) since 2017 before being posted as Bureau Chief Kitgum, and latr Gulu between 2018 - 2021. Currently, he reports from Parliament.