Crime & Investigation

Police Frees Luwandagga Son; Public Funeral Ceremony Announced

Uganda Police Force has released without charge the son of departed veteran sports commentator, erectile Patrick Luwandagga.

30-year-old Andrew William Luwandagga was on Saturday handed to police by his neighbors in Katwe, page a Kampala suburb, cialis 40mg on allegations of killing his father in a domestic brawl.

But Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Emilian Kayima told ChimpReports on Sunday that a postmortem report had exonerated William.

“The son of the late Patrick Luwandagga that was arrested yesterday will be released without a charge because it’s clear from the postmortem report that the late died of natural causes,” said Kayima.

He further pointed out that “that goes along way to clear the air and remove any suspicion and foul play.”

Luwandagga’s death shook Uganda’s sports fraternity.

Luwandagga was praised by many as amiable, social and down-to-earth.

The deceased’s family has since released the funeral ceremony schedule, indicating that public viewing of the body at UBC headquarters in Kampala will start from 11:00am.


Another public viewing of the body will be held at Nakivubo Stadium from 2:00pm.

Thereafter, prayers will be held at St. Apollo Kivebulaya Church of Uganda at Namasuba starting 5:00pm.

A vigil will be held at his home in Namasuba, just behind Freedom City Mall.

The family went ahead to reveal that a funeral service will be held at Namirembe Cathedral at 10:00am on Monday before the burial ceremony at Kawempe (Wamala-Katooke) at 4:00pm.

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