Murdered woman travelled to Kampala without Husband’s knowledge

Rugenza said he left her woman in Mbarara according to Sunday Vision 
Mark Rugenza, the husband of the late Marina Tumukunde who was killed on Thursday night did not expect his wife in Kampala, it has been revealed.
In an interview with the Sunday Vision, Rugenza noted that he travelled with the wife from Kampala to Mbarara on Tuesday.
Merina Tumukunde (RIP) with her hubby Mark
“I then travelled back to Kampala on Wednesday leaving her at home in Mbarara. But I am now getting to learn that as soon as I left, she teamed up with friends and travelled to Kampala without my knowledge,” Rugenza, the owner of Desert-bar in Mbarara and Gabiro Lounge in Bugolobi said.
He told Sunday Vision that he was called on Thursday night and informed that his wife had been shot dead in Kampala. “I quickly called a friend in Mbarara to go and check at home and see whether she was actually there. The friend later called and informed me that she didn’t spend the night at home.
Tumukunde was gunned down together with Joshua Rushegyera Nteireho at Nambigirwa Bridge in Kajjansi town council along Entebbe-Kampala expressway, as they headed towards Entebbe. Security investigations so far reveal that the duo were shot by somebody who was travelling with them in the same car.
Tumukunde was seated behind the co-driver and had a bullet on the head and nothing to show it came from outside the car. The vehicle was well parked and nothing to show it skidded from the road.
A police officer, Davis Taremwa, has since been arrested. The Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says: “On friendly terms, Nteireho requested Taremwa who was on guard duties, at Hidden Treasure, Hotel Entebbe, to escort him to Millennium Hotel in Zzana, where he had an arranged business transaction.

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