SGA Private Security guard survives lynching!

On Sunday, a private security guard survived lynching after shooting and injuring a boda boda rider.
The trouble began when Henry Buwembo Kasule and Nickon Ogwang of SGA Private Security Company ran into disagreement at the Stabex Petrol Station in Garuga, Entebbe. Kasule, a boda boda rider, is alleged of assaulting Ogwang, who was in charge of parking at the fuel station.

Ogwang retaliated by firing a bullet into the air before aiming at Kasule. However, Kasule survived with a thigh injury, and according to local authorities, the bullet that hit Charles Mukooza, who was present at the incident, was the same.

The shooting drew the attention of other riders, who became aggressive and began attacking Ogwang until being rescued by police from the Entebbe policing division.

ASP According to Luke Owoyesigyire, deputy spokesperson for the Kampala Metropolitan Police, Kasule and Mukooza were given medical attention at the scene and then brought to health facilities for further treatment.

“The police was quick to respond to the incident, and a team of officers went to the scene.” At the scene, they conducted a comprehensive investigation. “The suspect, Ogwang Nickson, was safely evacuated from the hostile mob during the police intervention and is currently in custody at Entebbe Police Station,” ASP Owoyesigyire stated.

According to police, Ogwang’s gun and three bullets were discovered. Police are currently investigating what motivated Kasule to assault Onwang, who was on duty at the time.

This month, there have been several reports of security personnel shooting bystanders, colleagues, or dying themselves. This month, at least four guards committed themselves or were killed by their colleagues.

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