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No complaint filed for missing state attorney - police

Fatuma Sendagire Nabiwemba has been missing since December 12
Police has denied reports that a compliant of missing person for Fatuma Sendagire Nabiwemba, the deputy head of department Inspections and quality assurance in the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has ever been filed at any of its stations.
 
Nabiwemba was last seen on December, 12, 2017 at her home in Wampewo, Kasangati on Gayaza road. The DPP deputy spokesperson Irene Nakimbugwe confirmed on Saturday that Nabiwemba has been missing for the last one month. 

"We would like to ask anyone who has any information about Nabiwemba to contact the Police or the office of the DPP," Nakimbugwe told URN.

While the office of the DPP says the case of missing person has already been reported to the authorities, Police records indicate no such complaint filed at Kasangati Police station.

The Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire says, the area police has only received calls inquiring about the missing person but no one has been at the station to file a complaint.

"We have checked in our records but no such missing person complaint has been filed, " Owoyesigyire told URN.

Two weeks ago, Case clinic reported one of its staff members who had gone missing and after a day he was found burnt beyond recognition.

 
The body of Francis Ekalungar, an accountant at Case clinic was found dumped in Kajansi in Wakiso district.

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0 #1 gwok 2018-01-14 13:37
The whole "head of a department" of the DPP has been missing for one month and the DPP did not miss her?

That is queer. The direct implication of that statement is this: That the DPP does not need her because it can do without her, anyway.
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