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14-Year-Old Boy Kidnapped In Budaka, Kidnappers Demand Shs30M For Ransom

14-Year-Old Boy Kidnapped In Budaka, Kidnappers Demand Shs30M For Ransom

A 14-year-old boy identified as Kasita Muyinda a student of Naalya Secondary School was reportedly kidnapped from Budaka. The Kidnappers are asking for ransom worth shs 3OM.

A resident of Bwase town council, Anna Namisi 40, reported the matter. The Bukedi north regional police spokesperson, ASP Immaculate Alaso confirmed the incident.

Apparently, the father of the victim reported that a relative picked his son for a usual evening ride. However, he never returned home, only to receive a call at night demanding money before they release his son.

ASP Immaculate Alaso, says that this case is under their control already. She assured the parents that they will bring their 14-year-old boy back safe and sound.

‘’We want to assure the public that our directorate of crime intelligence has taken up the matter using our sophisticated technology to track down the suspects and we believe we shall rescue and recover the victim,’’ she said.

Apparently, they had also kidnapped Difasi Muyinda, the father of the victim who is also a veterinary assistant at Budaka district local government.

However, he returned with no injury but lost money and a National ID. This clearly means someone is after the family because now they have kidnapped the son. The question is why?

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