The police in Isingiro have arrested Abahe David, a 28–year–old resident of Omukihangire cell, Bungongi Parish, Nyakitunda cell, for the murder of his 16–year–old younger brother, Abasa Joshua. (Man murders his younger brother for pestering him to repay his Shs5000 debt)
Abahe decided to assassinate Abasa because the latter asked that he repay his Shs5000 loan to the former on May 23, 2022.
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Last week, the incident occurred.
According to Uganda Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, the suspect instead chose a panga and severed his younger brother’s finger, inflicting many injuries to the back of his head, and breaking his neck. He then dragged his body to his residence and dumped it. As a result, he was arrested on murder accusations.
Separately, police in Wakiso have launched a major manhunt for a 15-year-old male juvenile, Sserugga Samson, a student at Mabombwe Church of Uganda, Nursery and Primary School, for the alleged murder of his younger sister, Namubiru Desire, at their home in Mabombwe Kirindi village, Mende sub county, in Wakiso district.
“The victim suffered severe injuries to his forehead, face, arms, stomach, back, and legs.” She died as a result of her injuries. “Both the victim’s mother, Namubiru Daisy, and the suspect concealed the murder until it was brought to the attention of the police,” Enanga said in a statement released on Tuesday.
“We’ve discovered that sibling abuse is frequently thought to be a normal part of childhood for most children, and it’s more common in households with domestic violence or child abuse.” Young children are especially vulnerable since they are instructed to keep family things private. They are frequently threatened not to report it to anybody for fear of severing family ties or facing punishment. Furthermore, other families view violence between brothers as rivalry and merely tell victims to toughen up or fight back.”(Man murders his younger brother for pestering him to repay his Shs5000 debt – celebrity jazz ug)