How Buganda Clan Head Killers Were Murdered By Mob


The Uganda Police Force (UPF) has addressed the shocking murder of Buganda King's Ndiga Clan Head, Eng Daniel Bbosa, in Kikandwa Zone, Lungujja Parish, Lubaga Division of Kampala. According to Kampala Metropolitan Police (KMP) Deputy Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire, one of the killers has been killed by a mob, while his accomplice is currently in critical condition.

Owoyesigyire revealed that the criminals fatally shot Bbosa, who was also the director of Transa Electricals, "as he was approaching his residence." The identities of the assailants remain unknown as of now, but they were reported to have been riding on a motorcycle.

"At about 6 pm," Owoyesigyire explained, "the assailants opened fire at Mr. Bbosa's motor vehicle, bearing registration number UAH 637X, resulting in his immediate demise."

The quick response of the local residents played a crucial role in the unfolding events. Owoyesigyire described how one vigilant resident bravely intervened by knocking down the assailants' motorcycle and alerting the community.

"In a swift response," Owoyesigyire continued, "members of the community mobilized, leading to a confrontation with the assailants. Mob justice ensued, resulting in the death of one assailant at the scene, while the other remains in critical condition."

The police have seized the firearm allegedly used in the assassination, as well as the motorcycle with registration number UEX 754E, as key pieces of evidence for their investigations into the matter.

Despite community members identifying the two men—one deceased and the other critically injured—as Bbosa's killers, Owoyesigyire emphasized that "efforts are underway to identify and apprehend the perpetrators." The motive behind this tragic act of violence remains unclear, leaving the community and authorities in shock and searching for answers.

The brutal killing of Daniel Bbosa has sent shockwaves through the area, highlighting the importance of community vigilance and the challenges of maintaining security in the capital city. As investigations continue, the UPF hopes to bring justice to the family of the slain Ndiga Clan Head and ensure the safety of all residents.

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