Thursday, August 22, 2019
  Bus Park Guide Brutalized To the Point Of Death

The Namayiba bus terminal guide has beaten nearly to death, without medical attention he may end up losing his life.

It all started when a passenger suspected Kayanja Andrew who was following him to be a thief, as a result, she cried out calling for assistance, this attracted the public attention, which captured Kayanja and beat him up.

The police and the bus terminal security tried to save Kayanja from vendors and pedestrians who were brutalizing him with stick and rock. Ssekandi Nelson the Namayiba bus terminal manager said that Kayanja was stranger but not a worker in this park and probably a thief.

Kayanja reached a point and give up trying to convince the mob that he is not a thief, they went to brutalize him with intentions of killing him. Luckily, some members came and rescued him and rushed him to the area police post.

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