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Police authorities in Luweero District, Uganda recovered a body of a 22-year-old woman Ashina Namutebi, allegedly hacked by her jilted lover Henry Ssebuwufu, before he committed suicide.
Ssebuwufu, 25, a resident of Kizito Zone in Luweero Town Council jumped in front of a speeding trailer at Kalule Village on Kampala- Gulu Highway on Thursday and died instantly.
Police on Friday identified the deceased Namutebi, as a girlfriend to late Ssebuwufu. According to police preliminary investigations, the couple has reportedly been co-habiting for sometimes with reports of occasional fights at their rented room in Kizito zone.
Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson, Paul Kangave on Friday said the bodies had been handed over to the relatives for burial after autopsy at Luweero Health Centre IV. “The body of Namutebi was recovered after police broke into the rented room at Kizito Zone on Thursday evening after a tip-off from relatives and friends who had not seen her yet there was loud music coming from the locked room,”
Mr. Kangave explained. When police broke into the room, they found her body on the bed covered with a stained bed sheet. “The body had deep cuts on the neck, head, and the back,” Mr. Kangave added. On April 17, Ssebuwufu was arrested by police on charges of causing bodily harm when he attempted to strangle Namutebi after a misunderstanding.
She would later opt to withdraw the case at Kasana Police Station after Ssebuwufu promised in writing never to assault her. “The police decided to release Ssebuwufu because the case of assault had been withdrawn by his girlfriend who pleaded with police to pardon him,” Mr. Kangave added. After hacking her, Ssebuwufu reportedly called his mother to inform her that he had fought with Namutubi and killed her. “He reportedly told his mother that he had also decided to take his own life,” a police detective who declined to disclose the identity of the mother because investigations are still on-going, said.
Ms. Alice Nassali, a neighbor to Ssebuwufu and a resident of Kizito Zone claimed that Ssebuwufu had always fought with Namutebi whenever he would find her with male friends. “We tried to advise Namutebi to quit the abusive relationship since it was characterized by fights but she didn’t take heed.
Ssebuwufu kept accusing her of being unfaithful although they were not legally married,” Ms. Nassali narrates, adding: “It is sad that the two are now dead yet their problem could have been sorted if they had sought advice from elders and the authorities in our area
Ten Nigerians are among 13 foreign nationals arrested by police for violating Sri Lankan immigration laws during their stay in the country, police said on Monday. The others arrested for the crime include one Indian, an Iraqi and a Thai national staying in different parts of the Lankan capital, police spokesman S P Ruwan Gunasekara said.
They were produced in the courts today, he was quoted as saying by the SundayTimes. The arrests have come after the Sri Lankan government beefed up security measures following the country’s worst terror attacks on Easter Sunday, killing 253 people and injuring 500 others.
A total of 106 suspects, including a Tamil medium teacher and a school principal, have been arrested in connection with the Easter Sunday blasts.
A 40 year-old man identified as Deji Adenuga who allegedly burnt a family of nine at Ayeka Igbodigo in Okitipupa Local Government area of Ondo State – has been arrested by the police. The suspect was arrested at his hideout in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State after he fled Ondo State in order to evade arrest.
He was arrested in Ijebu Ode under the bridge, around the bus park. Adenuga was one of the inmates that escaped at Olokuta prison during the 2013 prison break. Residents of Igbodigo in Ayeka, Okitipupa, woke up last Tuesday morning to the horrible sight.
While the family members were asleep, Adenuga was reported to have poured petrol around their apartment and set it on fire at 2.00 a.m. The death toll which was initially five after the attack – rose to eight as three other family members died in the hospital following burn injuries they sustained.
A member of the Presidential Committee on the North East Initiative (PCNI) Dr. Sidi Ali Mohammed has disclosed Boko Haram fighters were being paid $3,000 daily. He made this disclosure at the Presentation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Sub-Sahara Africa’s Economic Outlook Report, in Abuja on Monday.
According to him, the payment dwarfs the N1, 000 daily allowances paid to Nigerian troops at the war front. Mohammed, who is the Head of the Humanitarian Assistance and Rehabilitation arm of the PCNI, lamented that Boko Haram has been hijacked and operates like a cartel. “I will give you an example.
The Nigerian military, for example, gets N1, 000 per day for being in the North East, at the war front, as an allowance. “The same North East, where if you are a member of Boko Haram you get $3,000 per day as allowance. So it is lucrative. “Sometimes they even give you money upfront.
So we must do something about the youths from where they are recruiting.” On how to tackle the insurgency, he said: “If it is amnesty that will guarantee that peace, then we have to think of it. “Most importantly, we need to deplete the army of youths on the streets and take them away from the streets so that Boko Haram does not recruit them. “Don’t forget, they (Boko Haram members) are being killed on a daily basis but they are also recruiting on a daily basis.
They are getting people to recruit because it is lucrative.” He went on: “Part of the reason why this problem has refused to go away is the abundant natural resources in the Lake Chad Region. We need to think outside the box. It is now more like a cartel. “When you see the type of weapons they use, it is more sophisticated than the type of weapons that our military are using.” He further stated the Boko Haram menace “is like guerilla warfare. As we are here discussing, if somebody here is a member of Boko Haram, he will not say anything. “He goes out there to strategize and comes back. It, therefore, means the conventional ways of fighting warfare cannot work here. It, therefore, calls for thinking outside of the box.”