Mumbere’s Mother asks Police the whereabouts of Palace Animals
As many are still wondering about the number of people who died in Kasese massacre, it has been learnt that all domestic animals that were reared in the palace are nowhere to be seen.
The mother of Charles Wesley Mumbere, the Rwenzururu king yesterday asked police the whereabouts of the animals that were being reared in their palace.
Police is yet to give its response to this sensitive question.
It is reported that following Kasese clashes that happened over the weekend between the royal guards and security left the whole palace crumbled with most of small houses burnt down.
According to the government report over the incident, only people who lost their lives were talked about leaving out animals which might had been killed by stray bullets in that heavy gunfire.
Though it could be normal that some of animals might had been killed in the gunfire, the worries of king mother came after she failed to see any of the animals that used to be in the palace.
It’s not yet clear whether all animals were killed, stolen or some goons feasted on them during the fight.