Thugs Raid Late Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga’s house

Cyprian Kizito

Suspected thugs allegedly raided the late Kampala Archdiocese Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga’s home of origin at Kyabakadde, along Gayaza road in Mukono District.

The case in relation to raid has been filed as aggravated robbery and police at Naggalama police post are working around the clock to see to it that the culprits are incarcerated.

The thieves went ahead to threaten and hand pick whatever they could lay their eyes on including gadgets owned by the current occupants of the residence along side a total sum of two hundred and fifty thousand Uganda shillings.

It has further been noted that the troop of about fifteen masked men armed to the teeth with sticks, machetes and breaking implements were behind this evil act against the still mourning family of Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.

“They cut the perimeter fence and accessed the Archbishop’s home and attacked the occupants in the house before they robbed them of mobile phones and Shs250, 000 from two victims,” informed Kampala metropolitan deputy police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire.

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The police has so far arrested one culprit who is suspected to be part of the evil act while the others are still out but soon to be found by the watchful eyes of the police.

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