MUSEVENI’S SUPPORTER WAS HAMMERED FOR “DEAD”, WHY CID MOVED CASE FROM KABALE TO KAMPALA?
Recently Baker Kasumba was nailed by unknown assailants in Kampala for supporting President Museveni and the NRM Party. Pictures showing 6 inch nails in his hands with a yellow cap that had the Presidents picture are still alive among Ugandans.
Kellen Rwengabo Tibehenderwa 65 years has spent a month at Mulago hospital fighting for her life after being hammered for dead. aKellen is a business woman based at Katuna border and known to be an ardent supporter of President Museveni and NRM.
Police in Kampala is investigating the Katuna incident as a robbery gone bad or whether her political beliefs could have instigated the attacks.
According to the District Police Commander Kabale, Brian Ampeire, arrests were made by Police Operatives from Kampala after one of theirs was found to be among the suspects.
Ampeire says 5 suspects were moved to Kampala to assist in investigations.
The family of Kellen says the case was removed from Kabale Police for better management but still senior officers are trying to influence it.
The suspects have been allowed to stay with cameras while in custody, they are seen taking selfies
Uganda Police Force has arrested 5 suspects including a policeman at Katuna border to assist with investigations regarding an alleged hammer attack that left Kellen Rwengabo Tibehenderwa prominent business woman at Katuna border for “dead”.
Brian Ampeire Senior Superintendent of Police and District Police Commander Kabale district in South Western Uganda confirms that Henry Byamukama a policeman attached to Katuna border police station has been transferred to Kampala City AS A SUSPECT.
Kellen Rwengabo Tibehenderwa 65 a prominent business woman at Katuna border survived a hammer attack that has left her in comma for a month when unknown assailants forced their way into her shop.
On 3rd October, 2019 at 10pm, Kellen Rwengabo was found in a pool of blood by her neighbors who heard her fight for her life in the half closed shop.
“Kellen had wished her neighbors good night at around 8 pm as she rushed to close the door of her shop only to find unknown assailants who hit her several times and took millions of shillings. One of the neighbors while closing her shop heard the unusual sound, on opening the door she first fell unconscious seeing the old lady in a pool of blood”.
Police rushed at the shop transferring Kellen to Rugarama hospital and later Kampala city where she has been getting treatment.
Police has been following leads until Criminal Investigators from Kampala assisted by Kabale Police arrested one of their own.
“We have four suspects Henry Byamukama a policeman, Glorius Kyomugisha a girlfriend to the police officer, Brian Tibaremwa, Alex Byamukama and Sunday son of Kezekia, they have been transferred to Kampala for further management”.
SP Brian Ampeire said the arrested are on file number SD/KLE/1533/19 CRB. Kellen Rwengabo Tibehenderwa who survived the hammer attack has moved into her Kampala home where the family members lived before the attack