June 17, 2024

Revealed: How Sobi met his Death In Gomba

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The Territorial Police in Gomba District are investigating the circumstances under which Sobi, a notorious criminal and city robber, was killed by an angry mob. This apparently happened in a land wrangle at Kibaale village, Kigumba parish, Maddu sub-county.

However, Katonga Region Police Spokesperson, SP Majid Karim, confirmed the incident and the death of Sobi. He explained that the land in question belonged to one Kalisa, who acquired it in 2007 after paying Sh20 million to the former owner.

“The disputed land was purchased by Kalisa, who paid 20 million out of a total of 100 million in 2007. However, it is claimed that he bought it from the wrong person. Another group, purporting to be the children and grandchildren of the late Kibi Paul and led by Deborah Nagadiya and Kiwewa Barton, emerged with land titles, claiming their ownership of the same land,” SP Karim explained.

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Furthermore, preliminary findings suggest that on Monday, at around 12:30 PM, a group of 50 people armed with sticks, pangas, and spears attacked another group of people. The latter claimed a piece of land said to be owned by one Kalisa. A fight soon ensued and ended with the death of one identified individual. This was Paddy Sserunjogi, alias Sobi, the leader of one of the groups. Several others were reportedly left injured.

In conclusion, Uncoveredug.com understands that in the bloody Monday clash, different items, including food, utensils, and structures, were destroyed. The group of locals is alleged to have killed more individuals, although only one body (of Sobi) was recovered with cut wounds on the leg and neck.

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