Sunday, November 17, 2019
Another Robbery Happens in Nansana; Man caught robbing a Bank

There was commotion this morning in Nansana when residents started to beat up a man caught red-handed robbing at the centenary bank.

Gordon Muhereza a resident of Gganda narrowly survived as Nansana Masitowa town residents badly beat him up for tricking and stealing ATM card from an old man who was withdrawing money from the centenary bank ATM machine.

The angry mob asserted that the acts robbery are rampant in this area, this came about a few hours after an incident of robbing cheap general hard and leaving three of the workers dead in the same area.

They further complained that since the police have failed to do it work, the residents have decided to do mob justice which is not good. Though the police arrived and took the culprit before being killed.

Kiwanuka is the one whose atm card had been stolen, expounded on how Muhereza stealthily attacked him and took his ATM.

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