By Spy Uganda
The joint security task team of Criminal Investigations Department, Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence and Crime Intelligence, actively investigating the violent murder by shooting of Mukisa Ronnie, a 43 year old, Clerk at IBC Advocates, has 4 suspects in custody who are highly linked to the murder.
According to Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, among the suspects are; Karedou Robert Irama, his wife Nalwoga Brenda Cathy, CPL Anyuse Max Geoffrey, and a UPDF deserter and self-appointed bodyguard to Karedou, and Deputy Commander of Kampala Metropolitan Police North, SP Irama Vincent.
“They are all being detained at different locations,” says Enanga.
Mukisa was shot dead at his home in Makindye Sebagabo, Wakiso district.
According to eye witnesses, an unidentified individual was seen shooting at Mukisa before briefly withdrawing, only to return and shoot him at close range multiple times in the head.
“Corporal Max Geoffrey Anyuse, a UPDF deserter from the first battalion of the Mountain Division was the hitman having been given a gun by SP Irama,” Enanga said.
Investigations by security have indicated that the deceased legal officer had a number of business dealing with one Robert Karedu and his wife, Brenda Nalwoga and the three were known with each other.
According to Enanga, after falling out over a deal gone bad, Karedu and his wife plotted to kill the legal officer and since they were known to the senior police officer, he accepted to give out the gun for the mission.
“Cpl Anyuse, a self-appointed bodyguard to Karedu was then hired as a hitman and on the fateful day, he got a gun that was supplied to him by SP Irama. He trailed the victim up to his home and after parking vehicle and coming to close the gate, that is when he shot four bullets within two intervals which killed the victim,” Enanga said.
The police spokesperson said that investigations have indicated that after the shooting, the shooter got away on a motorcycle but as he left the scene, he called Nalwoga to inform her that the mission had been accomplished.
Describing the incident as a murder for hire conspiracy, Enanga noted that the hunt is still on for some remaining culprits whom he said have been identified and being tracked down as murder charges have been lined up against all those involved.