Top Security Guard Arrested Over Murder

Top Security Guard Arrested Over Murder an accessible web community

By Ronaldo Kalangi

Police has apprehended a security guard and booked him for attempted murder after he reportedly shot and injured his colleague in Ndeeba.

A security guard identified as Bosco Eyoko (25) deployed by KPI Security Services Limited located on 6th Street Industrial Area Plot 186 shot his colleague Judith Ayugi as she guarded at Baki Auto Dealers.

After committing the crime on 10th October 2018, Eyoko then abandoned his SAR riffle, fled the scene and went into hiding.

The area police responded fast, the victim whose femor bone got shattered was rushed to Mulago trauma Ward for medical attention. The doctors have confirmed she is out of danger and is steadily healing.

Through coordination with various stake holders, the suspect was arrested and confessed to having shot his colleague claiming his riffle was faulty.


The victim that sustained injuries narrated her ordeal to the investigating officers stating that she had been connected by her friend to apply for a job at KPI Security Services Limited.

Judith Ayugi (24) submitted in her paperwork requirements on the morning of 10th October 2018, were verified,signed and was then instructed not to leave the office premises.

On the same evening she was armed with a baton and a gun, transported to her point of deployment.

Eyoku is currently detained at Mukono Police Station on charges of attempted murder vide CRB1673/2018 as investigations into the matter are still on going.

The sad incident of shooting by the KPI guard reveals that number private security organisations have low levels of professionalism simply because of lacking proper vetting systems and training programs for their personnel.

Most often, these company contracts are focused on cost rather than service quality levels and this in turn has led to a number of service discrepancies which are not reported and in fact hidden from the clients. Many clients only find out the discrepancies in service after an incident has occurred.

The laxity in most of these Private Security Organisations has been as a result of the steep increase in demand of security guards meaning that many people are in security bussiness for monetary gains than actual provision of security.

It’s believed that only a few security service providers have an active strategy to combat crime, instead they list a number of services that are merely an alternative to that of their competition. an accessible web community

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