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Security Agencies Arrest Prime Suspect in the Killings of Three Sibblings :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Security Agencies Arrest Prime Suspect in the Killings of Three Sibblings

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Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says the suspect was picked up from his hide out in Bukwiri village in Butemba town council in Kyankwanzi District on Tuesday. According to Enanga, the suspect has confessed to the murder of Shurat Mutesi 4, Nusura Nayebare, 7 and Asina Natukunda, 10.
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A joint security team has apprehended a man accused of killing three children belonging to his former boss in Kiboga District. The suspect is Isma Nsambu alias John Kikongolo.   

He is accused of brutally killing the children of his former boss, Hassan Baligye last week to revenge for his arrest and subsequent detention for the theft of his television set and failure to clear the balance of his wages.  

He slit the minor’s throats and dumped their bodies in Lwamata village in Kiboga District after picking them from their father’s home.

Kikongolo fled into hiding. Residents discovered Nakunda’s body around 7pm on Saturday following a stench emanating from the bush.  

They discovered Nayebare and Mutesi’s bodies on Sunday, about 90 meters from their father’s home. 

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says the suspect was picked up from his hide out in Bukwiri village in Butemba town council in Kyankwanzi District on Tuesday.   

According to Enanga, the suspect has confessed to the murder of Shurat Mutesi 4, Nusura Nayebare, 7 and Asina Natukunda, 10.   

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In total, police have arrested six suspects. The others are Allan Mawanda, Godfrey Kateregga, Ali Hudson, Ivan Sendeka and Henry Ntwasi. According to police, these will be charged with being accessories to the crimes.

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