A Congolese woman Ngaga Bibiche Bola, who was reportedly kidnapped on February 23 has today afternoon resurfaced at her home in Konge, Lukuli parish in Makindye division.
Ngaga resurfaced this afternoon where the area DPC immediately approached her to record a statement about her alleged abduction. According to police spokesman Emilian Kayima, it has emerged from Ngaga’s testimony that she was in the hands of Internal Security Operation (ISO) officials.
“She [Ngaga] claims that she was kidnapped by unknown people dressed in military fatigue with assault rifles and was in detention since then till today February 28 after five days,” Kayima said.
He added that the area police are investigating the matter to establish who were behind the acts that continue to evoke fear among Ugandans.
“We shall continue to work closely to stamp out such acts and all acts of criminality to guarantee citizens safety and security,” Kayima said.
Ngaga’s reemergence comes a day after the body Susan Magara; a cashier with Bwendero Dairy Farm who was kidnapped on February 7 was found dumped in Kitiko in Kigo off the Southern bypass.
In a February 28 press statement, President Museveni said that Magara’s murder shows “what sort of swine (pigs) we have in Africa that do not value treasures like the beautiful Suzie whom, unfortunately, I had not had the opportunity of meeting.”
In a bid to eliminate criminality, Museveni said options of capturing the palm-print of everybody and their DNA need to be explored.
“DNA records of everybody are good to compare with blood samples, sweat, sperm etc found at the scene of crime. Palm-prints are better than thumbprints because the criminal may leave the palm-print and not a thumbprint,” Museveni said.