CID on Masaka Murders


CID spokesperson Charles Twine has urged the public to stop pointing fingers at security officials over the killings in Masaka, saying this is not the time for blame games. Twine while appearing on Morning Breeze this morning said security is doing everything to ensure calm is restored in Masaka. He revealed that the killers are a group that belong to an organised crime group that is trained to do what they are doing, they are targeting the elderly and move in a group of 4 or 5.

So far, at least 30 people have been hacked to death in Masaka and Lwengo districts.