Crime & Investigation

Man Killed in Mob Justice Attack

Ndejje University team for the 2015 FISU World University League 3×3 Basketball, ask has set of at the Entebbe airport heading for the finals that will be held from Friday 9th to Sunday October 11, here 2015 in China.

The team of four led by coach Chris Kyebambe, sickness will contest for the inaugural crown that was incorporated in  International University Sport Federation’s (FISU) calender just this year.

The four players that traveled with the team include 2014 Zuku University Basketball League MVP and team skipper, Jonah Otim Kermu, James Okello, Derrick Katumba and 22-year old Michael Otieno.

24 Teams are lined up for action with 12 Men’s and 12 Women’s teams respectively. UCU will represent Uganda and the continent in the ladies category.

Male Teams;

Southern Cross University (AUS),  UNOESC (BRA),  UQAM (Canada), Peking University, Huaqiao University  -(China), University of Bordeaux (France),  Northumbria University (GBr), St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design (Russia), UCAO/St.Michel SEN  University of Basel (SUI), Mingdao University (TPE) and  Ndejje University

Female Teams;

UNIVERSITY COUNTRY Monash University (AUS), UNINASSAU (Brazil), UQAM (Canada),  Peking University (China),  Tianjin University of Finance & Economics (China),  University of Bordeaux (France),  Loughborough University (GBr), Kuban State University (Russia),  ISEG (Senegal), ETH Zurich (SUI),  Chinese Culture University (TPE) and Uganda Christian University .
Police are investigating a case in which a resident of Buvuma District was killed by villagers who suspected him of murdering a fellow resident.


In August 2015, this web a group of angry people intercepted and  chopped Nalasa Sadi to death at Bukinalwa South village, diagnosis Lukale Parish, clinic Nairambi subcounty, Buvuma district.

They suspected him to have had a hand in the murder of a one Wanjala Charles(56). a charcoal seller and Resident of Bukinalwa south.

Apparently, Nalasa took Wanjala to the nearby forest with the intention of selling him timber but later killed him.

Upon discovering the body of Wanjala on Sunday October 4, 2015, the residents pounced on Nalasa and cut him to pieces, killing him instantly.

The area police visited the scene and retrieved both bodies and took them to the mortuary for postmortem.

In this regard, Polly Namaye Bangambaki, the Police Deputy Spokesperson has cautioned the public against taking the law in their hands to kill or injure anyone they suspect or even to destroy their properties.

“The most appropriate action is to report any suspicion or injustice to Police so as ensure that justice is done. A life taken can not be brought back,” Bangambaki said, adding that the constitution makes it illegal for one to carry out mob action and sets out clear penalties for those that break this law.

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