Police should waste no time to arraign Ssebulime’s murderers-Hon. Sseggona.

Police should waste no time to arraign Ssebulime’s murderers-Hon. Sseggona.

Busiro East County Member of Parliament Medard Lubega Sseggona has cautioned police to waste no more time to bring the said arrested police officers involved in murdering a welder and cyclist Ronald Ssebulime in court.

MP Sseggona who doubles as a lawyer by profession cautioned police on this after visiting the family of slain Ssebulime and listened to the orphans cry and relatives that there are some people who have started going to their home threatening to kill them if they don’t leave the murder cases of Ssebulime.

Irene Nakazibwe and Sylvia Nakatita sisters to the slain Ssebulime on Sunday told Hon. Ssegona that since they buried Ssebulime’s body on Wednesday, there have been cars that go to their home in the night when they don’t know them and requested police to give them security

They also informed Hon. Ssegona that they have already started testing the challenges in the family because Ssebulime was the head of everything and funded for every need in a family because he was a mother and father.

Hon. Sseggona promised to help the orphans get justice.

When we reached police to get its comment on bringing the murderers in court, it informed that it will be releasing its report on what is next on the trials.

Ronald Ssebulime was on Last Sunday murdered by a police officer who shot him two bullets and died instantly while on handcuffs following Minister Aidah Nantaba’s complaint at Naggalama police station that she suspected Ssebulime trailing her with an intention of assassinating her while she was driving from Kayunga to Kampala on the same day

The family members led by Irene Nakazibwe a sister to Ssebulime shortly after receiving sad news of her brother’s death informed journalists that her Brother was traveling from Kampala to St Andrews Kaggwa Kabimbiri SSS to visit his two children because it was a visitation day and she had gone first.

Police told journalists that its men shot Ssebulime because he was suspected to be a murderer.

The following day on Monday the same police spokesperson Fred Enanga addressed journalists and apologized acknowledging that police had murdered an innocent man Ssebulime because the detectives made investigations and found out that the first information from the family members was true after finding soft drinks and edibles and all scholastic materials he was taking for his children at school.