Buganda Kingdom Court Official Arrested In Connection With The Murder Of Ndiga Clan Head Daniel Bbosa

Buganda Kingdom Court Official Arrested In Connection With The Murder Of Ndiga Clan Head Daniel Bbosa

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Police in Kampala have confirmed the arrest of Buganda Kingdom traditional court clerk, Milly Naluwenda to help with the ongoing investigations into the gruesome murder of Daniel Bbosa Lwomwa last week.

According to police, Naluwenda was arrested as a suspect on Thursday after their Crime Intelligence unit conducted an operation in Lungujja and investigations established that she was in extensive communication with one of the killers of the fallen clan head.

“Last night, the Crime Intelligence unit conducted an operation in the Lungujja area of Rubaga Division in Kampala, resulting in the arrest of one suspect, Milly Naluwenda. The arrested individual is held to aid the ongoing investigation being conducted by the Uganda Police Force,” police said in a brief statement on Friday.

Eng Bbosa, 72, who was also the director of Transa Electrical was shot and killed on Sunday last week as he was travelling from Buikwe District.


He was shot dead by three assailants riding on a motorcycle at around 6 pm near his home in Lungujja, Lubaga Division, a Kampala suburb.

Following the incident, Police Spokesperson SCP Fred Enanga, revealed the assailants riding on motorcycle Reg No UFX 854F (disguised with a cello tape to read UEX 754 E), reportedly first parked in a corner along the road leading to Bbosa’s residence at Kikandwa zone, Lungujja Parish in Lubaga division.

As the 3 assailants tried fleeing the scene, Enanga stated on Monday this week that the assailants were pursued and knocked by a courageous bodaboda rider at Bulange–Mengo, after which they fell down.

“He (the boda boda rider) went on to raise an alarm, that attracted an angry mob, which aggressively pursued and arrested two of the assailants, who were trying to flee on foot. The suspects were seriously beaten by the irate crowd and one of the assailants identified as Serunkuma Enock died on the spot,” Mr Enanga stated.

“The second suspect sustained life-threatening injuries and was rushed to Mulago National Referral Hospital, where he was later identified as Lujja Noah, now under close guard by CID personnel. A third suspect fled from the scene,” police said.

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