Lawrence Aguga a Pastor at Kokomo parish in Ngai sub-county Uganda and his colleagues are being hunted by the police officers for allegedly killing a 72-year-old woman in Oyama district claiming that the old woman was secretly sinning.
According to Mr. Jimmy Patrick Okema, the police spokesman in the region, he confirmed at Ajaka village in Uganda, pastor Lawrence Aguga and his fellow church mates claimed that the holy spirit led them to the old woman's home that she was practicing what was not right.
The old woman was forced to run for about 6kms while being beaten with sticks unfortunately, she did not reach her destination as she collapsed and died while on the run with the heinous group of irate people against her alleged vice.
The police officers visited the place the following day and a postmortem was conducted before the body was handed over to her family members for burial arrangements.
One of the suspects was arrested and investigations are still going on, the pastor and other members of his crew are currently at large.
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