Isingiro: 28yr Old Man Chops Off Brother’s Head Over 5000 Debt

Isingiro: 28yr Old Man Chops Off Brother’s Head Over 5000 Debt an accessible web community

By Spy Uganda

During the previous week, two incidents of murders by siblings, were registered in Isingiro and Wakiso district, respectively.

The police in Isingiro has in custody, a one Abahe David, a 28-year-old, resident of Omukihangire cell, Bungongi Parish, Nyakitunda cell, for the murder of his younger brother, Abasa Joshua, aged 16, after he demanded for his debt of Ugx 5000/= from him on the 23.05.2022.

According to Police, the suspect instead picked a panga and cut off his younger brothers’ finger, inflicted multiple injuries to the back of the head, and broke his neck. He then dragged his body and dumped it at his house. He was arrested accordingly, on murder charges.

In a separate development, the police in Wakiso has put up a serious manhunt for a 15-year-old, male juvenile, Sserugga Samson, a pupil of Mabombwe Church of Uganda, Nursery and Primary School, for the alleged murder of his younger sister, Namubiru Desire, aged 4, at their home in Mabombwe Kirindi village, Mende sub county, in Wakiso district.

Police says the victim had serious injuries on the forehead, the face, arms, stomach, back and legs. “She succumbed to the injuries. Both the mother of the victim Namubiru Daisy and the suspect concealed the mother until when it was brought to the attention of the police,” says Police.

The Force adds,”We have noticed that sibling abuse is often considered to be a normal passage with that most children experience, and it is higher in families with domestic violence or child abuse. Young children are particularly vulnerable and told to keep family matters private. They are often threatened not to report it to anyone for fear of breaking family bonds or threats of punishment. In addition, other families regard violence between siblings as rivalry, and simply advise the victims to either toughen up or fight back.

This is dangerous because sibling abuse can include sexual, physical and emotional abuses of touching, fondling, indecent exposure, rape, sexual assaults, sodomy, slapping, hitting, kicking, biting, causing injury with a weapon or other emotional abuse like damaging clothes, books, toys and other properties of a sibling.”

Police cautions,”We call upon you all to observe any red flags for sibling abuse like bruises and fear of one’s siblings. And immediately consult a counselor or elder to prevent the sibling abuse, promote awareness about its dangers, encourage parenting programs aimed at preventing sibling abuse, and involve the Child and Family Protection Unit for the Police, for further help.” an accessible web community

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