By our reporter
The body of Susan Magara, a cashier at Bwendero Dairy Farm (BDF) in Hoima district who went missing earlier this month, was today found dumped along Southern Bypass on Entebbe Road.
The 28 year-old daughter of John Magara, the director of BDF, had been last seen on 7 February, 2018.
Now, police have said that they are going to reward shs100 million to whoever helps in the arrest of the suspects in the murder of the late Magara.
AIGP Abbas Byakagaba while addressing the press on behalf of IGP Kale Kayihura, said whoever is able to identify the voice from the phone recordings will be rewarded sh100million.
In an audio played at the press conference, the recording had a male voice speaking a mixture of English and Runyoro where the suspect directed Magara’s relatives to Entebbe road.
“Are you hearing me? Go to Entebbe road, after Namasuba, there is a petrol station called Hass near Bata Bata. There is a black Kaveera…….” The recording then went faint, but it was enough direction to the family of Magara. It is not clear what was in the black kaveera.
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