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NUP’s Ffeffeka Sserubogo Committed Suicide – Postmortem Report confirms

The Police Crime Investigation Department has released a report indicating that the late Muhammad Ffeffeka Sserubogo who has been the LC5 Chairperson of Kayunga district committed suicide.

Sserubogo’s lifeless body was found hanging on a jack fruit tree on Wednesday at his home village in Kyebanja, Busaale Parish in Kayunga Subcounty

According to CID spokesperson ASP Charles Twine, the Post-mortem was done by three Senior Surgeons and one Independent doctor provided by the family of the Late Ffefeka Sserubogo in the presence of the brother of the deceased and the LC V Vice-chairman.

The report, he said, concluded that the late “Sserubogo committed suicide.”

Following the chairman’s death on Wednesday, many of the residents and the leadership of his party NUP expressed doubt that Sserubogo had taken his own life.

NUP posted on social media, “We woke up to incredibly sad and shocking news of the sudden death of our NUP Member and Chairman for Kayunga District Local Government, comrade Ffeffekka Serubogo Muhammad. He was found hanging on a tree. For now, we are getting mixed messages from the people on ground, with many saying he might have been murdered, and as a cover up hang on the tree.”

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“We hope investigations will be done independently to establish the real cause of this shocking incident.”

This report by police concludes the investigations which the public tasked police to do following the sudden death of the popular chairman.

Twiine says the body of the deceased was handed over to his family and preparations for his burial are underway.

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