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Australian Killed by Drugs In Uganda

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Police are holding a suspect in the death of an Australian man identified as Christopher David Kirkman, viagra buy http://davepoulin.ca/wp-includes/ms-deprecated.php 30, Chimp Corps report.

Kirkman was found dead at Golf Imperial Hotel in Entebbe on Thursday night over what doctors suspect was a “drug overdose.”

“The investigations into the Australian’s death are still underway,” said Onyango.

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He further pointed out that the man suspected to have provided “fake drugs” to the deceased has been detained at Entebbe Police station and that he is cooperating with detectives.

Onyango could not divulge pparticulars of the suspect to avoid jeopardising investigations.

He pointed out that Police are searching for more suspects.

This is not the first time a foreigner is dying in Uganda due to drug overdose.

Production facilitator Jeff Rice of the famous “The Amazing Race,” show was in 2012 found dead in his room at Kampala Serena Hotel.

Then police publicist, Asuman Mugenyi, said, “Results from the analytical laboratory indicate that there was an overdose of cocaine. There was too much concentration in the stomach.”

Officials said Kirkman was working in the Democratic Republic of Congo with Australian gold mining company, Byrnecut, since February 2013.

A few hours before collapsing dead in his room, Kirkman shared a drink with a fellow Australian at a bar in Entebbe.

Onyango said Kirkman’s body was taken to Mulago Referral Hospital for a thorough medical examination.

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