Thursday, August 22, 2019
A Lady Sets Herself Ablaze with a 3-Year-Old Daughter

The Kasubi zone III residents in Lubaga division wake up to a tragedy as a resident set herself ablaze together with a 3-year-old daughter. Cathy Nabbosa Shamira a wife to Alex Lukyamuzi burnt herself and daughter to ashes after a couple having a heated argument.

Some of the witnesses who arrived first at the scene tried all efforts to save the victims but all in vain, they condemned the act that claimed the life of an innocent child who had nothing to with couple’s disagreements.

The Kawala police came in to rescue the two from the flames but it was too late.

The couple’s close associates narrated that Lukyamizi loved his family so much, and wife did this to hurt him the.

Peter Tamale the area chairperson highlighted that Nabbasa who was formally a Muslim, turned into a drunkard and most likely habit led to the inferno.

Namutebi Christine a resident, appealed to the government to enact laws that will protect men as many suffer silently.

The parents of the deceased arriving at the scene revealed that they had no clue about what was going on.


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