• July 19, 2021
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CCTV Footage Exposes Chief Magistrate Kamasanyu Attackers

CCTV Footage Exposes Chief Magistrate Kamasanyu Attackers

Police in Kampala has asked attackers of the Buganda road chief magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu to report themselves to police before they are captured.

This comes as police revealed that they have leads on the suspects responsible for attacking the magistrate on Saturday.

Kampala Metropolitan Police deputy spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire said their investigations progressing and further details will be communicated on Monday.

However, a police source says the suspects should report themselves to the police immediately with items stolen.
Kamasanyu Attackers

Police sources say area CCTV cameras 50 metres away from the scene on both sides captured the motorcyclists riding to the scene.

“It should be in the suspects’ advantage to report themselves to the police immediately with the stolen bag and its content and the motorcycles they used in the robbery rather than for us picking them,” the source said.

Boda Boda cyclists attacked and badly injured Kamasanyu with a blunt object at Greenhill Academy on Mbogo Road,  Kibuli where she had gone to collect her child’s Examination -PLE results and they took off with her bag.

Kamasanyu was left unconscious and was later rushed to IHK hospital where she is still undergoing treatment.

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