Police in Kibuye have started investigations into the shooting that took place yesterday, discount http://cousinscandy.net/components/com_k2/models/itemlist.php October 15th at Ndeeba leading to the death of two people.
Godfrey Muhirwa, buy http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_virtuemart/router.php a prominent motor spare parts dealer in the area shot three people whom he alleges were trying to rob him of his money.
The two namely, discount Muhammad Kiwana and Deo Jaaya alleged to be former Flying squad operatives died on spot while Matia Kikaya was rushed to Mualgo Hospital under critical conditions.
Muhirwa admitted that he shot the three before he was arrested and taken to Kibuye Police Station last night where he has recorded a statement this afternoon.
In his statement, Muhirwa said that he shot them after realising that they were armed and that they were trying to rob him.
“Earlier this year, these people informed me that they had been paid thirty million shillings to kill me but said that if I gave them twenty million shillings it would save my life, so we agreed that I was going to give it to them yesterday but as I pulled out the money, the three turned against me and drew guns,” he said.
“Muhirwa added that since they had guns, he decided to act faster and shot two of them and later shot the other who was trying to flee the scene.
Kibuye Police Station OC CID, Ben Ayebale confirmed the incident and said that investigations had kicked off and that they hope to establish the cause of death as soon as possible.
Police has not yet come out with a clear statement about the dead who are suspected to have once been Police officers; Meanwhile Muhirwa is still under Police custody at Kibuye Police Station.Five people in Mubende Town Council were yesterday, viagra dosage http://ccalliance.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-stats.php October 15th arrested after they attacked the residence of the Town Clerk, sick Moses Sempa, with a suspected motive of robbing him.
The suspected thugs were cornered after police was tipped off by Sempa that armed robbers had crossed to his fence.
“We have them here, on charges of armed robbery meanwhile Sempa is in good condition, no exchange of fire took place as it had earlier been reported,” said the regional Police Spokesperson, Phillip Mukasa.
Crime rate in the region is on the rise. Yesterday, Over 30 people were netted on related charges.