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ISO boss' son gets 32-year jail term over murder of girlfriend

By Farooq Kasule

Added 17th February 2020 02:07 PM

The judge also handed a 32 year jail term to his co-accused Innocent Bainomugisha and Vincent Rwahwire.

ISO boss' son gets 32-year jail term over murder of girlfriend

Brian Bagyenda, son of Internal Security Organisation (ISO) boss Col. Frank Kaka Bagyenda (File photos )

The judge also handed a 32 year jail term to his co-accused Innocent Bainomugisha and Vincent Rwahwire.

CRIME             MURDER

Brian Bagyenda,  son of Internal Security Organisation (ISO) boss Col. Frank Kaka Bagyenda has been sentenced to 32 years in jail over the murder of his 22-year old girlfriend, Enid Twijukye.

This was after High Court Judge Moses Kawumi Kazibwe dismissed claims that Brian was suffering from a disease of mind at the time of commission of the offence.

The judge also handed a 32-year jail term to his co-accused Innocent Bainomugisha and Vincent Rwahwire.

Prosecution led by Joseph Kyomuhendo and Joan Keko alleged that Bagyenda, Bainomugisha and Rwahwire on January 13, 2017, killed Enid Twijukye and later dumped her body at Namanve Forest Reserve in Wakiso district.

Court documents indicate that Twijukye, a daughter of Wilson Tibegaya, a headteacher at Karobwa Education Centre died after being raped.

Enid Twijukye was murdered and her body dumped at Namanve Forest Reserve in Wakiso district.

 

Twijukye lived with her sister in Namugongo, Wakiso district but she is said to have left home on the fateful day to visit her unidentified friend in Bweyogerere.

The following day, the deceased's phones went off, prompting her mother to contact family members about her whereabouts.

Police recovered Twijukye's decomposing body in Namanve Forest after the family had reported her missing.

At the time of death, Twijukye was working at Capital Shoppers in Ntinda and was due for graduation at Ndejje University.

Details in tomorrow's New Vision 

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