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Two missing children found dead

Two children who went missing from their home in Naluvule village in Wakiso district on May 18 have been found dead. The dead are 3-year-old Dorcus Nakiwungu and her 6-year-old brother Israel Namalango.
 
Charles Katende, the father of the two children, says he reported the disappearance of his son on May 19 thinking that they could have been kidnapped as the case has been in different parts of the country.

Mourners comforting Charles Katende who lost two children

He explains that the family members advised him to keep his phone on and wait for the 'kidnappers' to call. He however, says to their despair, one of their workers found the bodies on the minors lying in a trench in a swamp adjacent to an eucalyptus plantation.

Katende says he has had a rough experience since he settled in the area, adding that he has lost a number of livestock, poultry and property to unknown people.
 
Initially, there were claims that some of the body parts of the minors were missing. But Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, has refuted the claims saying the postmortem report shows that the bodies were intact.
 
Owoyesigyire says they have commenced investigations to establish the circumstances surrounding the minors death.

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0 #1 Concerned Citizen 2018-05-22 18:30
Seems like the grim reaper pitched a permanent camp in Uganda for a long murderous campaign.

There's no let up in such atrocities, we are all walking dead.
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+2 #2 gwok 2018-05-22 23:50
Quoting Concerned Citizen:
Seems like the grim reaper pitched a permanent camp in Uganda for a long murderous campaign.

There's no let up in such atrocities, we are all walking dead.


It is happening everywhere nowadays.

There must be a better explanation than that. As it stands, it would appear that the moral fabric of the nation too has rotten, so have the institutions that are meant to keep us safe.
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+2 #3 Dulaney 2018-05-23 06:40
OOOOH JESUS COME SAVE US. SORRY MR. KATENDE MUKWANO.
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+2 #4 Lakwena 2018-05-23 08:51
In other words, there is something very dark about the state of Uganda. Everything seems to gravitate towards human sacrifice.

Whereby human sacrifice is not limited to literal shedding of human blood for superstitious purposes.

But to sacrifice the well-being of Ugandans, the national resources, which represent the blood and sweat of the people of Uganda, for personal enrichment and political galvanization.

E.g. Mr. M7 at all cost, is sacrificing the whole country for personal benefit, "belief", social (family), economic and political survival.
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0 #5 rubangakene 2018-05-23 21:13
So many foreigners who practice voodoo and juju at large in Uganda!
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