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Bishop’s Daughter Stabbed To Death By Unknown Thugs

A daughter of Bishop Onono Onweng Nelson of Northern Uganda Diocese died after she was being reportedly stabbed twice in her ribs and three times in her hands by unknown thugs on 28th December.

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According to sources, Anyeko Christine suffered knife injuries at Lacor hospital in Gulu town where was admitted.

One of the family members to the deceased told Newslex Point that Anyeko was attacked on her way for prayers at Christ Church in Gulu town.

She was used to waking up very early in the morning usually at 5:00am to go to church for morning prayers, but this time around she woke up earlier at around 1:00am and moved out for prayers thinking it was her normal time, she was attacked on her way,’’he said.

He further said that while at home, Bishop Onono received a call from one of the close relatives that his daughter, Christine was attacked by thugs and suffers injuries where she was later taken to the health facility for treatment.

Before she died, she managed to tell that her assailants who saw her smartly dressed thought she had money on her, without knowing she only had Shs1000 and just a Bible, but they couldn’t believe her.

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