Thursday, August 22, 2019
Police Dismiss Claims Of Bragging Over Ziggy’s Case

Uganda police have dismissed claims of police bragging merging winner in the matters of Ziggy Wine’s death as it has been spreading on social media.

There is has been lots of rumours on the social media concerning the matter ziggy wine’s death, to the extent of police presenting to the public Helen Butolo the Sezibwa police spokesperson sided by a teacher who is said to have been knocked down by the late Ziggy in an accident and whose identity had been mistaken by the public.

During the press conference at Naguru police headquarters, Enanaga refuted the allegations of police bragging about the matters, he asserted that they only came out to clarify the matter.

He further revealed that they are investigations are ongoing and it is on the footage from the hospital CCTV cameras that they are waiting.

In the previous week, the family and friends of the late Ziggy wine dismissed the police report; nevertheless, Enanga urged them to keep calm and wait for the police final report.

Ziggy wine died last week due to the injuries acquired from the accident along the northern bypass as the police spokesperson Enanga aired out.



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