Police in Ntungamo is holding a family of five Members who survived being lynched by mob after they sacrificed a five-year-old boy for wealth and other ritual activities Spyreports has exclusively established.
According to information obtained from Samson Kasasira police Spokesperson for Rwizi Region, the murders who survived mob included Sajja Amos 49years, Munyankore by tribe, self employed, his wife, son, daughter and two workers and are all resident of Enkura cell, Kakanena parish,Rugarama North
Kasasira says yesterday at about 7:00pm Migade Shadirum (Deceased) aged 5 years disappeared from their home located in Kyobugombe village Kamahuri parish Rugarama North.
Police mouthpiece says after the kid went missing a local village team led Migade Suleiman farther to the deceased Muganda by tribe, peasant resident of the same area mounted search to find whereabouts of the Deceased.
He adds that at around midnight while still in operation they found the shirt of the deceased hanging in the compound of Sajja.
“They entered inside the house and found the head of the victim lying in one of the rooms,” says Kasasira.
He added when the team conducted more search the compound and on further search, they found the rest of the body parts dumped in the banana plantation.
He says residents called officers from Rubare police station as mob wanted to lynch Sajja and his family.
“Police quickly rushed to the scene and evacuated the suspects before they were lynched,” says Kasasira on phone.
He adds the body was taken to Rubare health Centre 4 for postmortem.
Kasasira says at about 08:00am police received information that mob was destroying the properties of the suspect.
“A team led by OC Rubare rushed and found when they had destroyed the banana plantation of Sajja found in Kyobugombe cell and his shop at Kasanda trading centre,” he added saying action has been taken against the mob and efforts to have them identified are on going.
He says police has started investigations and the suspects will appear in courts of law on murder charges under CRB 32/2021.