Nanzuka, who owns the 15-acre farm, says that he last met the deceased on Sunday evening. He, however, says that he was surprised that the deceased delayed to report for work on Monday and he waited for him all day in vain.
Nanzuka says that he was surprised to see that the deceased delayed to report to the farm, his duty station on Monday, but he waited for him all day in vain.
thugs have killed a farm labourer and dumped his body in a dam in Luweero
district. Julius Kintu Amooti, 35 met his death on the farm belonging to Isaac Nanzuka
Musisi in Kirangira village in Luweero Sub County.
who owns the 15-acre farm, says that he last met the deceased on Sunday evening.
He, however, says that he was surprised that the deceased delayed to report for
work on Monday and he waited for him all day in vain.
to Nanzuka, this triggered his suspicion prompting him to check the deceased’s
house on Monday evening but still did not find him.
On Tuesday morning, the deceased’s
wife, Zaitun Nansamba stumbled on her husband’s body floating in the dam on the
farm. She spoke to URN about the incident.
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Police retrieved the deceased’s bruised body
from the dam and took the body to Luweero hospital for postmortem.
are, yet to establish the motive behind Amooti’s murder, Nanzuka suspects it has to do with the dispute on the
land hosting the farm.
some people are claiming ownership of the farmland. The incident comes a week after a 10-year-old
boy drowned in a dam in Gayaaza village in the neighbouring
Sub County of Butuntumula while fetching water with his friends.
Salim Zimula Sserunkuuma, the Kakabala Parish
Councillor in Butuntumula Sub County, who witnessed the recovery of the bodies,
says there is a gap in the safety of people around the dams.
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