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Gruesome Murder of 11-Year-Old Girl in Kiboga: One Suspect Arrested

The recovered body parts of an 11-year-old Namanda Oliver

KIBOGA DISTRICT- A chilling murder has sent shockwaves through Kiboga district after an 11-year-old girl, Namanda Oliver, was found brutally killed and her body parts abandoned in a shrine in Kirurumba cell, Kiboga town council.

Police have arrested a suspect, Nakyeyune Madinah, 42, in connection with the heinous crime. The suspect, who is a resident of Kirurumba cell, was apprehended after a canine dog search led police to her shrine, where some of the victim’s body parts were found.

“The suspect is currently detained at Kiboga police station, and our team is working tirelessly to recover the missing body parts,” said SP Rachael Kawala, the Wamala Regional Police Spokesperson. “We urge anyone with information to come forward and assist us in our investigations.”

Namanda, a pupil at Fairway Nursery School, was last seen on June 10, 2024, at around 10 pm, when she left her home to vend boiled maize in Kiboga town. Her body parts were later discovered by a young boy who had gone to collect grass for animals.

“This is a very disturbing case, and we are working to ensure that justice is served,” said SP Kawala. “We appeal to parents to be cautious about their children’s safety and to report any suspicious activities to the police immediately.”

Police Officer analyses the suspect’s Shrine, which the Canine dog led them to.

The police spokesperson assured the public that the investigation is ongoing, and more suspects will be arrested and brought to justice.

“We will leave no stone unturned in our pursuit of justice for Namanda and her family,” SP Kawala said. “We condole with the family and friends of the victim and assure them that we will do everything possible to ensure that the perpetrators of this heinous crime are brought to book.”

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