Woman Allegedly Murders Mother In Law As Another Kills Nephew

Woman Allegedly Murders Mother In Law As the Other Slaughters Nephew


Woman Allegedly Murders Her Mother-In-Law Over Disagreements

KAMPALA, UNN : An apparently bothered lady is being  pursued for purportedly going after and beating her mother by marriage to death following a well established dispute, in Nakisamba Cell, Kitoda Parish in Bugiri locale.

Police fundamental examinations show that the girl in-regulation distinguished exclusively as Monica has been having rehashed clashes with her in law mother recognized as Zaina Nanjala, an occupant of Nakisamba cell, Kitoda ward, Bugiri locale.

Fred Enanga says that this little girl in-regulation was tired of the direct rule of the mother by marriage who was making her marriage life troublesome. 

Tending to columnists at the police weekly presser at the police settle in Naguru, on Monday (June 13), the police representative noticed that on the night of June 12, Monica picked a block, and went after the elderly person, hitting her on the head and she kicked the bucket immediately.

Enanga said after the occurrence Monica vanished from the town and the police are still tracing her.


In other related news, lady kills nephew.

A three-year-old Allan Nyombi was likewise supposedly choked to death by her auntie distinguished as Annet Naluyange in Butikwa Cell, Kiwoko Town Council, Nakaseke locale.

Enanga said the guardians of the departed had left him under the consideration of Naluyange who had quite recently visited her organic sibling Alex Semambo, who additionally turned out to be the departed's dad.

"In this way, when they returned, they found when their three-year-old-child had been choked to death by the auntie. Naluyenge vanished from the town and police are chasing after her," he added.

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