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Ndiga Clan Leader Murder Investigation Reveals Alleged Plot by Rival


Ndiga Clan Leader Murder Investigation Reveals Alleged Plot by Rival

Investigations into the murder of Ndiga clan leader Daniel Bbosa reveal that his assailants were hired by his rival and namesake, Lujja Bbosa Tabula.

Information obtained from police sources at Mengo, the Buganda Kingdom’s seat, indicates that Tabula declared himself the legitimate leader of the Ndiga Clan in 2021, a claim contested by Bbosa.

The dispute culminated in an event at Mbaale-Mawokota, Mpigi district, witnessed by several Ndiga clan members. Attempts to present Tabula to the Buganda Kingdom parliament led by Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga were unsuccessful.

After failing at Bulange-Mengo, Tabula and his supporters pursued legal action in the Kingdom’s traditional court, Kisekwa, where he was declared the rightful clan leader. Bbosa appealed this decision to Kabaka Ronald Mwenda Mutebi II, awaiting the monarch’s ruling.

According to police investigations, Tabula, with the assistance of Buganda Kingdom’s Traditional Court clerk, Milly Naluwenda, orchestrated Bbosa’s murder near his residence in Kikandwa zone, Lungujja Parish, Rubaga Division, Kampala, on February 25.

Bbosa was shot three times by assailants on a motorcycle. However, locals apprehended and lynched one assailant, Enock Sserunkuma, while sparing Noah Lujja, the other suspect, for interrogation.

Lujja, currently receiving treatment at Mulago Hospital, provided crucial information leading to the arrest of six others, including Naluwenda, who was apprehended on Thursday night. Call records indicate frequent communication between Naluwenda and the suspects in the hours surrounding Bbosa’s murder.

Police sources revealed that Tabula also contacted the assailants, corroborating Lujja’s testimony.

Police have announced a 10 million Shillings reward for information leading to Tabula’s arrest, describing him as a resident of Kabango village, Kakoola parish, Mutubagumu sub-county, Mpigi district.

Despite ongoing efforts, the third assailant remains at large, along with additional suspects.

Police spokesman Fred Enanga assured the public that comprehensive details of the murder plot would be disclosed in due course, emphasizing the active pursuit of all responsible parties.

Bbosa was laid to rest at the Ndiga clan ancestral site in Mbaale-Mawokota, Mpigi district, where Tabula had declared himself leader. His successor, Eria Luggya Lwasi Buzaabo, has assumed leadership.

Authorities warn against harboring Tabula, stressing consequences for aiding a fugitive.

The involvement of individuals affiliated with Buganda kingdom institutions in the murder has raised questions about the privileges associated with clan leadership, prompting widespread concern and speculation.



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