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Ndiga clan leader murder: police identifies two assailants

The scene of Daniel Bbosa's murder

The scene of Daniel Bbosa's murder

Police have revealed the identities of two of the three assailants allegedly involved in the assassination of Ndiga clan leader, Daniel Bbosa.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has identified one of the assailants as Enock Sserunkuuma (now deceased), a resident of Lungujja and the other is Noah Luggya, who is undergoing treatment at Mulago national referral hospital. 

Both Sserunkuuma and Luggya are from the Ndiga clan. The duo allegedly together with another suspect still at large attacked and shot dead Bbosa inside his car near his home in Lungujja parish, Rubaga division, Kampala on Sunday.

They tried to get away on a motorcycle but they were pursued by residents who lynched Sserunkuuma on the spot while Luggya survived and was rushed to hospital.

Enanga explains that a CT scan conducted on Luggya revealed no fracture and he is currently conscious and under the tight guard of Kampala metropolitan police.

“We expect our teams to get very good information out of him as investigations continue,” Enanga noted.

Enanga expressed gratitude to the community, especially boda boda riders, for their courage in pursuing the assailants. The third suspect managed to escape and went into hiding, but the gun and motorcycle used in the crime were recovered. 

The motorcycle, with its original number UFX 854F, was found with a fake number plate, UEX 754E. Enanga says that the motive behind the murder has not yet been determined, and detectives are retrieving CCTV footage from the area for any valuable information. The gun used in the crime has been submitted to ballistic experts for analysis.

Police confirmed that Bbosa's widow, Glades Bbosa, and their maid, Peace Nambaale, who were with the deceased in a Land Cruiser, are in good condition. The late Bbosa was the proprietor of Transa Electrical Company Limited.

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+1 #1 Remase 2024-02-26 21:08
Fellow Ugandans, why are such assassinations commonplace in M7"s Uganda of this day and age?

If it wasn't the vigilant residents, this would also go down as unsolved assassinations and/or murders of Abiriga, Kawesi, Kirumira, Kigundu, Katumba's daughter and driver and so many others!

Then there are those murders which the killers are well known by M7 and/or acting on his orders such as the murder of Yasin Kawuma, Kyagulanyi's driver and the November 2020 indiscriminate killing of over 150 innocent people!

As the aforesaid killings are unsolved on purpose and M7 doesn't give a rat's ass, that's why such assassinations and murders of innocent are commonplace in this day and age of M7''s in which he is given trillions of money every year to secure Ugandans!
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+1 #2 Lakwena 2024-02-27 07:20
These guys must have been hired to do the dirty work.

But since we shall all have to die sooner or later, what is it in the killing of another human being?
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+1 #3 kabayekka 2024-02-27 09:19
Of course if these assassins are not the so called Luwero fighters, torture might suffice to make them talk any nonsense for the Uganda police to arrest thousands of innocent civilians. It is unfortunate indeed.
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