Police Arrest ‘Dead’ Man Suspected to Have Killed Rubaga Boda Boda Cyclist

Young Mulo, the man suspected to have killed the boda boda cyclist

Police has arrested the second suspected killer of a boda boda cyclist in Rubaga Division recently.

The suspect identified as Young Mulo (not the musician) and his colleague Mugisha John Bosco alias Mukiga allegedly strangled to death a boda boda cyclist at Kakeeka Zone in Rubaga Division on June 30 has been arrested.

The incident which was captured on the CCTV cameras of a nearby nursery and primary school, shows killers posed as potential clients, attacking strangling and repeatedly hitting him with a stone to the head leading to his instant death before immediately taking off with his motorcycle.

Police has since launched a search for the suspects and this week, Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, SP Patrick Onyango, said Mukiga was on Tuesday night arrested at Nsiike I, Ndeeba in Rubaga Division after a tip off.

He said the suspect admitted to be the one the widely circulated CCTV video on Social media and that Young Mulo been was killed by mob after their (Mugisha and Young Mulo) other motorcycle robbery in Mityana district.

“Mugisha admits that they had robbed the motorcycle from Mityana on 2/7/2019 and they traced it up to Makindye in Kampala, where the mob killed his colleague,” Onyango said, adding that the suspect alleges he escaped that day he escaped and went to Kabale.

Read more: Notorious Robber Arrested, Confesses to Murdering Boda Boda Cyclist in Rubaga

Now, in a turn of events, this website has established that the ‘dead’ young Mulo has been arrested and he is under Police custody.

According to a reliable source, it is true Young Mulo real names Ssekyema Patrick, was badly lynched by a mob in Makindye as his earlier arrested colleague Mugisha claimed to a point the mob thought was dead.

His ‘lifeless’ body was then taken Mulago hospital mortuary only for doctors to find later that he was still alive and since there was no complaint and no body following the case at that time, Police opted to leave him in hospital undergoing medication.

He would three days later after becoming conscious escape from the hospital and after Mugisha’s statement which detailed his colleague’s personal information, Police decided to go back to the hospital to trace his body, only to be told that escaped days back.

Police flying squad would later move to his parents home in Mpigi where was arrested and brought back to Kampala.

Regarding his condition, a source says, he is is badly injured with his hands broken and can’t support himself to walk.

Our efforts to reach the Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson on the matter were futile since there contacts were out of reach by the time of publication.

Just like Mugisha, Young Mulo is likely be charged with murder and aggravated robbery.

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