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What Bobi Wine said about the shooting of Head of the Ndiga Clan of Buganda Kingdom, Eng. Daniel Bbosa Lwomwa

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Reports confirmed on Sunday evening a respected clan leader of the Ndiga clan in the Buganda Kingdom, was fatally shot dead by unidentified gunmen.

In the quiet neighborhood of Lungujja, a tragedy unfolded that has since sent shockwaves through the heart of the community after the incidedent

The leader of the opposition political party National Unity Platform who is currently in the United States of America Hon Kyagulanyi Ssentamu said the deceased was his uncle.

“Just received the sad and shocking news of the murder in cold blood of the Head of the Ndiga Clan of Buganda Kingdom, Eng. Daniel Bbosa Lwomwa. As I will speak later, the now deceased elder has been my maternal uncle, who was closely related to our late mother.” Kyagulanyi tweeted

Kyagulanyi added that despite the citizens being vigilant and capturing the assailants, they are hopping for clear results from the investigations from police about the cause and motive of the murder.

“As media reports indicate that the citizens were vigilant and pursued and captured the assailants, every citizen hopes that this time around, the cause and motive of this murder will be investigated swiftly and efficiently and the perpetrators brought to justice. Gusinze Ayi Ssaabasajja!” kyagilanyi added

Police said they are reviewing all the CCTV footage both public and praiuvet in the areas as part of the investigation.

“While the shooting is still under investigation, and the motive undermined, it appears to be a targeted incident. We are reviewing all CCTV footages, both public and private in the area, as part of investigations. Our task team of detectives have forwarded, the killer gun to the Ballistic experts, to conduct an urgent trace of the origin of killer gun, when, where and to whom it was allocated. We are also analyzing all pieces of information available to us and continue to gather more leads.” Fred Enanga, police spokesperson said