Political analyst and former spy, Charles Rwomushana, and Emilian Kayima, the spokesperson Kampala Metropolitan Police, have also spoken out on the disturbing “Lugogo Murder Mystery”.
Kayima, while appearing on NBS TV morning breeze Tuesday, said “Kenneth Akena, the killed social worker, was taken to three health facilities before his death While at Victoria Clinic, medics informed police,” Kayima.
He said when Kanyamunyu and his girlfriend Cynthia Munwangari delivered Akena to Norvik Hospital; they went to Wandegeya Police Station to make statement.
But Rwomushana insisted that guns don’t shoot in whispers unless they are silenced.
“Guns blast. There is no way someone can be shot at from Lugogo Forest Mall and there is no scene created,” he maintained.
“Kanyamunyu left Akena at Norvik Hospital and went to make a statement at Wandegeya PS, what was he going to report?”
According to Rwomushana, police emergency system should have been informed from Lugogo, but it was informed while Akena was at Victoria Clinic.
On Monday, police detectives searched the home of Kanyamunyu in search of a gun and the cartridge from the bullet that killed Akena.
Akena, a social worker hailing from Kitgum district succumbed to gunshot wounds at Norvik Hospital after being shot while in the Forest Mall Parking area on Saturday.
Police spokesperson, Andrew Felix Kaweesi, told press at the police headquarters in Naguru that they still treat Kanyamunyu as the main suspect based on Akena’s dying declaration.
Kaweesi also revealed that Kanyamunyu is not a security operative as earlier claimed and will find out whoever gave him the gun.
Meanwhile, Hon. Obiga Kania, the State Minister Internal Affairs, says he cannot estimate the number of private guns in country.
“I have licensed less than 100 guns on special cases,” the minister confessed.