Dramatic scenes were on Wednesday morning, July 14th witnessed in Northern Uganda as police were put to task to save the life of a suspect.
Police were forced to swing into action in Lira City in, Northern Uganda, to rescue a man suspected to be a chicken thief from mob justice.
Angry locals who descended on the suspect were about to lynch him near All Nations Christian Church in the city before police intervened to save him from the angry mob.
Chicken in Lira City costs between UShs13, 000 and UShs25, 000 depending on the size of the chicken.
In the recent days, Ugandans across the borders of the country have been crying foul of high living standards in the country and hard economic times on them amid the ongoing lockdown due to fear of COVID-19.
Many Ugandans have been complaining of being unable to provide meals for their families due to the economy of the country that is unbearable to them.
The early Wednesday morning incident in Lira City has triggered a series of mixed reactions from netizens including;
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