CID Presents Five Suspects in Court for Alleged Involvement in the Murder of Eng. Daniel Bbosa

The CID at KMP brought defendants before the magistrate yesterday, Monday, March 11, 2024, to hear the charges and to plead either guilty or not guilty in court. The five suspects are linked to the alleged murder of Eng. Daniel Bbosa on February 25, 2024, at Kikandwa village, Lungujja-Rubaga Division, in Kampala District.

The suspects, who allegedly planned with hostility and contrary to law, caused the death of the victim, include: Lujja Noah, a 21-year-old mason from Kabanga village, Mpigi town council; Nakiguli Harriet, a 40-year-old peasant from Nkere zone, Kawempe division; Nakabale Joseph, a 47-year-old painter from Gala village, Mpigi Town Council; Mayanja Ezra from Kiganda zone in Kawempe division; and Naluwenda Milly, a 46-year-old secretary from Kisekwa Court of Buganda and resident of Kitunzi zone 7, Rubaga division.

The hunt for the suspect and alleged mastermind of the murder, Lujja Bbosa Tabula, who is on the run and still hiding, remains active and ongoing. Furthermore, the reward offer of 10 million Ugandan shillings has been extended for anyone who can provide credible information leading to his arrest. The telephone contact for tipsters at CID Headquarters is 0741111333, or individuals can reach CID Headquarters in person.

The Joint CI/CID task team continues to use all available tools to passionately pursue and hold him accountable for his crimes. His arrest will help to crack the murder-for-hire plot.