An unidentified body has this morning been discovered in the areas of the Lubya suburb on the outskirts of Kampala, just less than a day after the burial of Susan Magara, a middle-aged lady who was kidnapped and killed by unknown assailants.
According to the residents, the body in Lubya was dumped during the heavy downpour yesterday.
Efforts to contact police spokesperson Emilian Kayima about the unidentified body were futile by press time as he did not return calls to his known phone.
The serial killings in Kampala and its suburbs has caused a security scare, and yesterday during the burial of Ms. Magara in Hoima security minister Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde admitted that security agencies failed to rescue the deceased, who was kidnapped a few meters away from her home and held for over three weeks before she was killed.
Meanwhile, earlier today the Leader of Opposition in Parliament Winnie Kiiza vowed to spearhead the resignation of both security minister Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde and the Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura over their failure to handle security matters, including the killings.