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THREE KILLED IN SEPARATE MURDERS IN SOROTI IN ONE DAY

By Mulengera Reporters

It was a bloody Sunday yesterday in Soroti as three people with brutally murdered in three separate and unrelated incidents. Oscar Ageca, the East Kyoga Police Spokesperson has confirmed that three people including Uganda Peoples Defence Force -UPDF soldier were killed in Soroti in separate incidents in a single day on 3rd June 2022.

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Kenneth Willy Rubangakane, attached to Uganda Peoples Defence Forces -UPDF was shot dead by a security guard, Paul Otim of Jack Security at Town Talks in the heart of Soroti City on Sunday over struggle for a woman each of the two loved, according to Ageca.

The other Sunday victim, Sam Ojam, was killed by his son Samuel Alimu during a fight that ensued between him and his father following domestic misunderstanding in Katine sub-county in Soroti District, Ageca explained.

The other deceased, Edmond Ebwoyu aged 28 years, was found dead lying in trench on Sunday morning near Soroti City Mortuary in Wire Cell, Nakatunya Ward, Soroti City West according to residents.

Ebwoyu was found dead without trousers, wearing only underpart, shirt and stockings on his feet along the road that branches off from Soroti – Lira highway and going down to Maroon quarters in Soroti City.

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Paul Opige, the L.C. 1 Chairperson Wire Cell, Nakatunya Ward Soroti City West told our reporter that he received a call on Sunday morning alerting him that there was a dead body lying in a trench along the road in his cell.

Opige explained that he rushed to the scene and found the body lying and that it was later identified as that of the son of Mzee Julius Etiru, a resident of Amen A cell in Nakatunya ward in Soroti City West.

Kokas Ecelu, the Western Division councilor told our reporter that Ebwoyu was last seen playing a board game (LUDO) with others up to 10: 30 p.m. in Amen A centre and could have been killed on his way back home-URN (For comments on this story, get back to us on 0705579994 [whatsapp line], 0779411734 & 0200900416 or email us at mulengeranews@gmail.com).

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