SUUDI MAWEJJE He was a mechanic at Katimba garage in Katwe, Makindye Division, Kampala City. The 35-yr-outdated father of four experienced two wives – 1 in Kyengera and an additional one in Makindye. He lived in Kyengera in the rentals his grandfather owned. His 2nd spouse Catherine Nuwasiima suggests Mawejje was a football fanatic. “He was relaxed, but he loved building practical jokes. He experienced not nevertheless crafted a house we were being just making an attempt to create our life. His initial spouse was out of the country and she returned soon after we buried him,” she says. When the riots began, the police fired teargas and bullets to disperse the rioters. “Two patrol cars experienced parked a few feet away and the soldiers were taking pictures in the path of Ring Highway. When they turned their guns to our side, everybody scattered for security. We ran into diverse garages and hid,” Ms Nuwasiima, who will work in a cafe next to the garage the place Mawejje labored, suggests. She adds that Armed forces Law enforcement entered Katimba garage and commenced chasing all those who ended up hiding among the the autos. “My husband jumped about the fence and run into the garage next door and hid there. When the chaos died down at 2.30pm, he left his hiding location and entered a restaurant in the exact same constructing and started out to make an purchase for food stuff. Outside, some boys near Kakumba Advanced commenced throwing stones at the soldiers,” she claims. The soldier, contemplating the stone experienced arrive from the garage, jumped off the patrol vehicle, opened the garage door and shot 2 times. 1 bullet grazed an aged guy in the back, although the 2nd bullet hit Mawejje in the stomach. “He was nevertheless standing close to the saucepans. He held his abdomen and questioned these standing close to him if he had been shot. Then, he fell down. His close friends say the soldier, right after shooting stated, ‘Oyo tumumaze (Practically translated as: We have completed that a person).’ The soldier acquired on to the patrol truck and it drove off. As Mawejje’s pals braved the outdoor to come across a automobile to just take him to clinic, yet another team of soldiers arrived and started beating up any one they located outside the house. At Kiruddu Healthcare facility, the team was sent absent, and they drove to Mulago hospital. Mawejje died on the working table. He was buried in Namulesa Village, Mafubira Sub-county in Jinja District. Despite the fact that officials from the Uganda Human Rights Fee (UHRC) frequented Ms Nuwasiima, no police officer or government formal has visited her.