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Kasese man kills brother over Shs 5,000 debt

Police in Kasese district have arrested a 34-year-old man on allegations of killing his biological brother over Shs 5,000. 

Phinehas Kisanjya allegedly stabbed his brother Zephanus Kisanjya in the neck and stomach following a fight that started in a bar in Kathoma trading centre.

Phinehas accused Zephanus of failing to pay him his money according to the acting Rwenzori East Region police spokesperson Luke Mbusa.

Emmy Muhindo Kitsama, the chairperson of LC III for Rukoki sub-county, said after committing the crime, the suspect reported to the area defense secretary before handing himself over to the area police.

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0 #1 Lakwena 2024-07-05 08:03
In other words, the tragedy associated with widespread, extreme and bewildering poverty!
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+1 #2 Mubiru 2024-07-05 12:22
If the photo reflects the weapon the murderer used to kill the so called biological brother it must be banded together with bijambiya.

I can't understand any logic in banning killer weapons like guns or pistols without banning similar killer tools the bijambiya.

Its only in UGANDA where the standard of English is questionable in many Institutions due to corruption and bribery that such unnecessary adjectives like BIOLOGICAL brother is used.

In all other countries including UK the "head quarters of the language you can't hear of BIOLOGICAL relatives. A brother is a brother.
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0 #3 Akao 2024-07-08 00:20
Quoting Mubiru:
If the photo reflects the weapon the murderer used to kill the so called biological brother it must be banded together with bijambiya.

I can't understand any logic in banning killer weapons like guns or pistols without banning similar killer tools the bijambiya.



Its only in UGANDA where the standard of English is questionable in many Institutions due to corruption and bribery that such unnecessary adjectives like BIOLOGICAL brother is used.

In all other countries including UK the "head quarters of the language you can't hear of BIOLOGICAL relatives. A brother is a brother.


Thanks Mubiru, I was about to write a comment about that before I read your comment. I don't know why Ugandans are obsessed with biological brother, child etc.

It makes not sense, if you call someone your brother, sister, child etc, there is no need to add the biological in it. Poor English indeed
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