Murder In The City!! Security Guard Brutally Killed

As the police grapple with the unprecedented wave of murders that have hit the country, on Monday night this week, another victim met a very brutal death in Kamwokya a city suburb.

The deceased being taken to hospital for postmortem
The deceased being taken to hospital for postmortem

The victim a security guard attached to Askar Security and on duty at Element Uganda Limited a company dealing in medical equipment and supplies was fiercely butchered by unknown assailants who looted property worth billions of money and took his gun too.

The deceased Wilson Mudoko was on duty just a few meters from Kiira Police station in Kamwokya, Nakawa Division when he was sent to meet his creator.

Andrew Kaggwa, the Kira division Regional Police Commander said the deceased was found asleep before the assailants hacked him and left a huge gash in his head.

At the scene of crime, the body was found on the ground laying in pool of blood with an empty bottle of Uganda Waragi near it.

The pool of blood at scene of crime
The pool of blood at scene of crime

Kaggwa said the assailants later broke through the building window and stole medical equipment and computers.

He confirmed that the police have already dispatched its team of operatives to investigate and bring the assailants to book.

As the police was doing its work of collecting evidence at the crime scene, a fellow who was acting suspicious was apprehended.

From nowhere, he forced himself into the office premises, started moving around and telling the media of how he had the photos of the deceased.

The suspect being interrogated by police operatives
The suspect being interrogated by police operatives

His actions and contradictions on further probing by police aroused suspicion.

The RPC said that on interrogation of this suspicious character, he now claimed that he did not know the deceased, not a relative and was giving contradicting information.

The RPC further said that the police will further interrogate him so he can provide them with more information regarding his presence at the crime scene.