Taxi driver bonks lover to death during s3x marathon

Luwero, (UG):- The Police in Luwero District Thursday arrested a taxi driver over murder allegations after a woman whom he had gone with for a sexual affair and died under mysterious circumstances during intercourse.

The suspect whom police identified as Joel Ssenyonga, is a resident of Mabaale Zone in Luwero Town Council who now finds himself behind coolers at Kasana Police Station for causing the death of Ms Jalia Nantaba, 38, a businesswoman and resident of the Kiwogozi zone in the same TC.

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According to Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson, Mr Sam Twiineamazima, the suspect (Mr Ssenyonga) is alleged to have picked up the unidentified woman from the roadside on Tuesday evening for a sexual affair.

When she consented, the two proceeded to the suspect’s home at Mabaale zone later on Tuesday night but Twiineamazima said the lady reportedly became unconscious during intercourse.

“He tried using a piece of cloth to provide air to help her regain her consciousness in vain,” Mr Twineamaziima stated, adding that “Ssenyonga who appeared shocked by the incident called a friend for help to remove the body from his house and dump it somewhere to escape trouble.”

However, the friend alerted police and he was arrested to face suspected murder charges.

Ssenyonga’s neighbour identified as Ms Robina Nanfuka told this publication that the suspect has been occasionally bringing different women to his house, and at about 8:00 pm on Tuesday, he was seen entering with the woman.

“On Wednesday morning we didn’t see him around and his house remained locked all day. We didn’t mind because he occasionally brings in women who leave early the next morning,” Ms Nanfuka narrates.

Another neighbor Mr Musa Kapo said “On Wednesday evening I saw a taxi coming around and went away after a few minutes,” Mr Kapo said, adding that Ssenyonga did not inform any of the neighbours about the regrettable incident.

ASP Twiineamazima said Ssenyonga now faces murder charges at Kasana Police Station as investigations into the grievous incident take centre stage.

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