A perplexing situation has arisen involving a tragic event that occurred on Saturday, resulting in the discovery of the lifeless bodies of a 26-year-old woman and her one-year-old twins. They were found inside a makeshift shelter located on a farm in Ngoma sub-county.
The bodies of these three individuals were found on Sunday within the aforementioned makeshift shelter, which had been their place of residence on a farm situated in Kilyasabo village, Ngoma sub-county.
Proscovia Namusoke, a migrant worker from Luweero, along with her twin babies, known as Nakato and Babirye, were identified as the victims by Sam Twineamazima, the Savannah regional police spokesman. Remarkably, the bodies displayed no signs of stab wounds or torture marks, suggesting that the cause of death may be linked to suffocation or poisoning.
It was Josephine Naigaga who initially alerted the police to this tragic incident when she went to check on Namusoke, only to discover her lifeless, along with her two children. Following this, the police collected the bodies and transferred them to Nakaseke Hospital mortuary for a subsequent postmortem examination.
Notably, Mathias Mugisha, the defense secretary for Ngando village, mentioned that the victim was not a familiar presence in the area. This occurrence comes shortly after another distressing event last week in which unidentified assailants brutally assaulted and later strangled a primary six girl who was returning home from school.