By Spy Reporter
A female Rwandan diplomat was on Thursday night shot dead together with two other men, at Nambiriga bridge along the Entebbe Expressway, unidentified gunmen.
Preliminary investigations by police indicate that Ms Princess Kamikazi a Rwandan national and her body guard Ruhegyera Ntereho Joshua and another were shot dead by unidentified assailants along the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway.
Luke Owesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan police deputy spokesperson confirmed the shocking incident, although he didn’t give details.
Oweyesigire however said that security forces have started investigating the circumstances of the ‘unfortunate incident’
Ruhengyere according to reports has been a resident of Katabi, Mpala while his boss’ residence is yet to be known.
The two victims were found mortally shot inside a Land Cruiser registration number UAW 534B.
Investigators suspect the killing may have been carried out by someone from inside the car, because of the way the vehicle’s windows were shattered from the inside.
However, this comes at a time when the country is engulfed in a spate of murders and kidnappings, which have seen several women kidnapped, raped and brutally murdered.
The of kidnaps and murders in Uganda is not sparing men and children too.
Despite several arrests, and installation of security Cameras, questions continue to swirl over who or what is behind the spate of murders.
However, the development also occurred few hours after Minister of Internal Affairs, Jeje Odong has rubbished reports that the lives of Ugandans are at risk because of what he called few incidences of kidnap and murder.
The minister had also argued that the Country’s security isn’t as bad as the opposition and social media are trying to depict.
“Security isn’t bad as it is portrayed it is continuing to improve. Stop politicising security. Security is a common good, let us continue ensuring security. We can all make Uganda a much safer place to stay in,” said Hon Odong.
The Minister made the remarks on Thursday while responding to a question posed by Hon Francis Zaake, the Mityana Municipality MP who tasked Government to explain the recent kidnaps and murder of Ugandans.
While responding to the matter on September 5, Minister Odong said that there is no society that is crime free and the beauty of all governments is to ensure that there is adequate public safety adding that the security situation within the country is relatively good.
He said, “The apparent situation is social media hype. The social media hype is partly good it increases awareness among citizens. The security agencies are trying to understand reasons behind this new trend. Politics is one of the drivers and NRM has been key at restoring peace and security in Uganda. Many NRM detractors know this and they’re trying to create impression that NRM is nothing to protect its citizens.
He made remarks a few days after the kidnap and murder of Mary Nagirinya, a social worker, and her driver Ronald Kitayimbwa.