GREATER BUSHENYI RPC SPEAKS OUT ON KIDNAPPERS: IT’S NOT AN ORGANIZED GANG
BY WILBER MUHWEZI- KASIBANTE
The new regional police commander for greater Bushenyi who is coordinating operations against the rampant kidnaps in the sub-regional, SSP Eddie Sserujoji told www.mknewslink.com managing editor today afternoon that criminals kidnapping the people in the region don’t belong to organized gangs.
He revealed that the three cases of kidnap that were registered last week were mainly committed by people known to the victims. “They are either friends or business associates where business deals have gone bad between them. The kidnappers to me are not from organized criminal gangs” Sserujoji revealed.
He warned the public against drinking and associating with people they don’t know. He added that people of Greater Bushenyi sub-regionl should not get worried because police are on ground and the criminals who kidnapped their colleagues will be arrested soon.
Three people were kidnapped in Bushenyi and Rubirizi districts within only five days. Among the kidnapped include Tycoon Rwamutwe John who was at worst murdered and dumped in Ibanda District on Thursday last week.
Others are; Sivertoli Ngabirano a court clerk at Bushenyi chief magistrates’ court who was dumped at Nine miles on Mbarara-Bushenyi road and Savio Aruho an agriculture Officer in Rubirizi district who beaten severely and dumped in Bunyaruguru.
The two above however survived the kidnappers with serious injuries and have since been discharged from Mbarara referral hospital and BB Clinic respectively.
Mr. Sserujoji assured this editor that the killers for late John Rwamutwe will be arrested soonest. He added even those who are terrorizing Bushenyi and Rubirizi with kidnaps will also be arrested.
He asked residents to be on the lookout and feed information to police concerning criminals. He advised the public not think that giving police information is only coming to police and give statements. “These days it’s easy just call, send messages through whatsapp, text messages and then we keep our region secure” Sserujoji said.