22 men in Walukuba and Masese, Uganda are currently under police custody after they allegedly slept with a 41-year-old woman in turns till she passed away. The heinous incident is said to have taken place on Monday night at a place called Kikubambata, Walukuba ward in Jinja South East division.
According to Michael Opio, the deceased neighbor, before the incident, the deceased was spotted having fun with several men and boys at a local refreshment joint. He however said that he cannot blame the deceased for the incident that left her lifeless, all he blames are the local leaders who have failed to implement the government's directives that were put in place to curb the spread of Coronavirus.
On Tuesday morning, locals invaded one of the houses believed to be the place where the action took place before the men ran away to avoid being caught. Shockingly the house belonged to be one of the locals. Confirming the incident, Mr. James Mubi, the regional police spokesperson in the Kiira area said that the deceased was identified as Susan Malemu and her body was taken to Jinja Regional Referral Hospital Mortuary awaiting postmortem.
Out of the twenty-two who were arrested only two were linked in forcefully engaging in the act with the woman, while the other 20 are being charged for possessing illegal drugs.
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