Rukungiri man chops own mother to death, turn self in
Publish Date: Mar 03, 2014
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By Caleb   Bahikaho   
A man in Rukungiri district has allegedly chopped his mother into pieces with a machete killing her instantly. He accused her of bewitching his family.

Edward Tumuhimbise, 41, is alleged to have hacked his mother Florence Nyesigire aged 62 to death on Friday night.
Michael Ogwal, the OC CID Rukungiri said Tumuhimbise found her mother in the sitting room after taking supper and allegedly murdered her before he turned himself in at Buyanja police post.

Tumuhimbise told reporters at Rukungiri police station that he accused her mother of bewitching his family.

He said he lost two wives mysteriously and his mother has been threatening that he will never get a wife if he does not kneel before her.


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