Police got the new details in the case, in which one security guard was caught with a dead body in a sack on a motorcycle at night.
The name of that private security guard, ‘Gideon Nabasa’, was 31 years old, and he was attached with the Afrisafe Guard Company and was caught while transporting the dead body. However, it is still unknown to identify the person who was in that sack on a motorcycle at around 4 am while police officers were patrolling Kazo Lugoba Zone Kazo Ward, Nabweru Division in Wakiso District on Sunday.
As per the police spokesperson statement, ‘Fred Enanga’, the suspect refused to tell that from where he came from and also where he carried the dead body, and further investigation found out that the body was recovered by police belongs to one ‘Ivan Kagezi’ a resident in Hoima district who has been missing for several days.
Enanga further stated that “Kagezi first hired a motorcycle on self-drive from Buseruka on March 7 and he was leaving the village, Kijanji to Buseruka which are six kilometres apart, and for hiring the bike he paid shs10,000 to the owner of the bike, and since that time he disappeared until his body was recovered.
As per the research, he stated that the deceased had been murdered and stuffed into a sack that was found with Nabasa on a motorcycle at night.
Furthermore, Enanga explained that after doing more investigations about the incidents, police searched the security guard’s home in Bwaise, Katoogo zone where Nabasa and a colleague, Ivan Twinamasiko, both security guards at Afrisafe guards, led security in a search.
“The two had been deployed to guard microfinance called Trinity Investments Bank found in Bwaise near Katoogo zone. Then they searched his whole house, they found blood all over the room in which they were renting, and even the entire mattress was covered with blood, and it seemed like the clothes belonged to the deceased, said Enanga.
As per the police investigation, it was indicated that the murder happened in the home only of the two security guards.
Investigations also indicate that they kept the victim first in their home, then killed him and put his body in a sack.
However, the motive of the murder is still unknown, but we have to find the reason. We do not want to confirm that they signed a deal that went wrong, but some leads indicate that, said Enanga.