Thursday, March 19 2015
The final postmortem report in the AK47-Death is yet to be made public but before they can do that, police is hunting down a one Milton Mumbere, a cleaner at Dejavu pub.
"We want him to shed light on the circumstances leading to AK 47’s death, since all accounts indicate that he is the one who saw AK 47 on the washroom’s floor and alerted friends, " KMP spokesperson, Patrick Onyango said.
"Unfortunately he has no phone so we have not traced him yet, since the bar was closed to carry out investigations," Onyango added.
A memorial service for the fallen singer was yesterday held at Lweza parish and was attended by people of all walks of life. Traffic on Entebbe highway was halted as the convoy made it's way from the church to Sseguku Katale, where a night vigil was to be held.
Chameleone, using his official facebook profile informed his followers that burial is slated for 4:00pm.
"Thanks to Everybody standing with us in such a painful time. More thanks to those that attended the Mass at St.Joseph Catholic Church Lweza as we prayed for the soul of a young fallen soldier. Burial is tomorrow (TODAY) at 4:00pm in Mityana RIP #AK47"
Meanwhile, during the memorial service, Mzee Mayanja expressed his dissatisfaction with the youth who went on to vandalise cars in and around the National Theatre where AK47's body was for public viewing. Police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango has confirmed the arrest of some of them.
From National Theatre, they walked to Mzee Sentamu's home in Sseguku but along the way, they picked whatever they could from unsuspecting individuals in the name of seeing off their colleague.
Chameleone's dad concluded that if they continue at that rate, by the time they are 50 plus plus, Uganda will be in trouble, but he did not mince his words, he clearly told them that they were bad mannered recalling how they fought for porridge at his home.
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