A somber mood engulfed the locals in the Kimanyaa area after a 23-year-old female university student was found dead. The 23-year-old Phionah Akunda a resident in Masaka city mysteriously died while in her rented one-roomed house on Tuesday night.
According to Christine Nalumagga, the deceased neighbor, they talked on a fateful night before parting ways only to learn later that she was no more. On the same night, the landlord came home at around 11 pm and found her door open, she was prompted to know what had transpired, he called her name severally but she did not respond, this forced him to confirm what the occupant was doing, upon entering, he found her lifeless body lying on the floor.
The neighbor said that the deceased was silent most of the time and preferred to live a private life. It was also noted that the deceased was 7 months pregnant and was almost graduating from Kabale University with a degree in education. Police officers based in Masaka have already launched investigations probing the fatal death of the university girl. Meanwhile, the deceased body has been ferried to Masaka Regional Referral Hospital awaiting autopsy.
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