Jjajja Iculi’s Investigation Hits A Dead End

Police ballistic experts have noted that none of the public or private security organizations had a record of the pistol used to murder well-known YouTuber Ibrahim Tusuubira aka Isma Olaxess aka Jaja Iculi.

On May 6, 2023, Olaxess was shot six times close to his rental home in Kyanja Central Zone, Nakawa Division. Ballistic experts, however, have determined that the weapon is unrelated to any of the other well-known homicides or fatal robberies after four months of attempting to correlate the bullet shells recovered from the murder site.

“Gun cartridges or suspect IDs have been used to connect the majority of recent homicides. However, there are no signs of earlier homicides or violent robberies on this one. We are essentially starting over,” according to sources.

Ballistic investigators swiftly connected one of the firearms used in the attack on Gen Edward Katumba Wamala on June 1, 2021, which killed his daughter and driver, to Maj Mohammad Kiggundu’s death in November 2016 at Masanafu Trading Centre, Lubaga Division, Kampala.

Last year, ballistic police connected the weapons used to kill Charles Egwang, the chief administrative officer of Bukwo district, to robberies in the Wakiso area. Using the results of ballistic experts, police and military anti-violence and intelligence organisations apprehended attackers of police officers, soldiers, and private security guards.

The police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, acknowledged that no information has yet been discovered about the murder weapon or the suspects by any of the professionals involved in the investigation into Olaxess’ death. He refused to provide further information though, claiming that doing so would endanger the ongoing investigation.

According to URN, all seven of the individuals who had been detained in connection with the murder of Olaxess have subsequently been freed in fragments. One of the suspects was Mathias Waiswa, Olaxess’ driver, who security questioned to learn how he miraculously avoided injury despite the fact that the assailants fired from both the passenger and driver’s sides of the vehicle.

It was proven that Olaxess’ killers drew nearer, fired additional rounds into his body, and then turned away once they were certain he was dead. A motorbike that had been waiting for them nearby was used by the murderers to flee the scene.

In a video that was published four days before to his death, Olaxess praised the killing of Col. Charles Okello Engola, a minister of state for labour who had been shot to death by Pte. Wilson Sabiiti, the bodyguard. On May 2, Okello was also killed in Kyanja.

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