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Kotido Police Arrests Parents Who Killed Their Own Child

Kotido Police Arrests Parents Who Killed Their Own Baby

It was sad news when the Kotido Police arrested a married couple for allegedly killing their own 8 month old baby over some yet to be identified cause. The couple identified as Lorna Awili and Paul Lokiru her husband were arrested yesterday in the morning.

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The Acholi land based Kotido Police force arrested these suspects after finding their child murdered and dead inside the house.

However, the Acholi Inn Residents in Kotido Municipality claimed that they were shocked when they found body parts, that include the tongue and private parts of this baby missing as if it was a sacrifice. This compelled the Kotido Police to arrest the suspects immediately.

Therefore, the officer in charge of criminal investigations in Kotido, Dusabe Innocent mentioned that the little evidence gathered indicates that the baby’s neck was broken and they suspect that the child could have been strangled before body parts were cut off.

The couple is said to have always had quarrels about their baby, according to their neighbours.

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