Police suspect Ndiga clan leader murder mastermind could be hiding in Kenya

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Uganda Police spokesperson Fred Enanga addressing journalists.

Kampala, Uganda | By Michael Wandati | Lujja Bbosa Tabula, the suspected mastermind behind the murder of Daniel Bbosa, the former Ndiga clan leader, is believed to be in hiding in Kenya, as per leads from Police Crime Intelligence.

Bbosa, also the owner of Transa Electrical Company Limited, was fatally shot last month inside his car in Lungujja-Rubaga Division in Kampala.

On Monday 11, March 2023 morning, five individuals, namely Lujja Noah, Harriet Nakiguli, Joseph Nakabale, Ezra Mayanja, and Milly Naluwenda, were brought to court and remanded to Luzira prison for their alleged involvement in the same murder.

The five suspects charged with murder of Daniel Bbosa the leader of Ndiga clan appearing before court.

Last week, the Police initiated an ongoing search for Tabula, announcing a Shillings 10 million bounty for any information leading to his apprehension.

During the press briefing at the police headquarters in Naguru, Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga explained that the hunt for Tabula is ongoing. 

“Ever since we announced a Shillings 10 million bounty, several members of the public from Kalangala, Buikwe, Ibanda, and other parts of the country have provided information they claim to lead to the arrest of the suspect. But this information was not useful,” Mr. Enanga said.

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He added: “We have some information that the suspect also fled the country and could be hiding in Kenya. But this world can become small like a box for anyone who is being hunted by the joint intelligence agencies.” He urged the public to continue providing information, as the 10 million Shillings bounty remains available.

“Crime Intelligence and other agencies are using all capabilities to track and arrest the suspect, and the bounty is still available for anyone providing credible information,” Mr. Enanga emphasized.