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Scare at Parliament as Man attempts to Deliver Human Head to the Speaker's Office

by Max Pat
posted onSeptember 14, 2020
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Panic has gutted Parliament after a man reportedly attempted to deliver a human head to the Office of the Speaker. 

It is said that the alleged human head was wrapped in form of a gift that was meant to be delivered to the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga's office. Police has identified the suspect as Joseph Nuwashaba,22, a resident of Kizinda Bushenyi – Ishaka municipality in Bushenyi district.

 
According to security sources, the "gift" was intercepted by security at the parliament Northern gate, opposite National Theater.
By press time, information to this incident was still scanty as security officials decline to speak to the media.

Speaker Kadaga sits on the 6th floor of the Northern wing of the Parliamentary building. 

The parliament spokesperson Hellen Kaweesa says she is waiting for an official report from police.

 

Full Police Statement: 

Police has today arrested a man who has been identified as Nuwashaba Joseph male adult aged 22yrs, Resident of Kizinda Bushenyi – Ishaka municipality in Bushenyi district.

The suspect was arrested today at 1130hrs by the Police officers manning security at Parliament of the Republic of Uganda, and upon search the suspect was got with a head of a seaming young kid of about 5 to 8 years in a box that was wrapped like a gift.

In a related development Police in Masaka received a report of murder of unknown seaming kid that was headless (torso) in Kijabweni.

The two separate body parts are being examined by our medical experts to establish whether they bear the same DNA and upon proof, the suspect will be charged of murder.

Uganda Police condemns such incomprehensible acts of crime, and we wish to assure the general public that the investigations are vigorously being undertaken to ensure that the perpetrators are taken to Court.

Twiine Mansio Charles

PRO CID

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