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Kampala Businessman Commits Suicide In Masaka Town

Masaka town residents in shock as the 33 year old Kampala businessman identified as Mujuni Adriane committed suicide inside an apartment room at Kayondo Plaza in Masaka Town on Saturday.

Mujuni Adriane was a Kampala businessman, police confirms.

The police found the deceased’s body hanging inside Kayondo Plaza apartment room.

Adriane’s neighbor informed media that the deceased was staying with his lover, but the two lovebirds got misunderstandings which forced the woman to abandon him 2 weeks back.

The couple has been fighting almost on a daily basis which forced the woman to flee their rented house,’another neighbor whose names were withheld narrated.

Police community liaison officer Southern region, Mr Sunday Vincent said one of Adriane’s neighbours reported to police saying they had spent several days without seeing him and his room was locked.

We broke into the room and shocking saw his body hanging and tied with a wire around his neck,’said mr Vincent.

His girlfriend had earlier come to Masaka Central Police Station and filed a case related to domestic violence and infidelity against her boyfriend,’he added.

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