By Website writer
The family of Late Arnold Ainebyona Mugisha has suggested that government should recall all guns owned by private security firms.
Arnold, 26, the owner of Hickory Bar who was Tuesday shot and killed by Moses Angoria, a security guard at Quality Supermarket in Naalya
Arnold succumbed to wounds he sustained as he was being rushed to Independent Hospital in Ntinda after a bullet shattered his jaws.
Eyewitnesses who flooded social media to narrate the genesis of the unfortunate incident allege that the deceased after quarrelling with the guard went ahead to drive over the Askari’s leg who was identified as Awaze Babu.
Responding to the untimely death of their son family members who gathered at All Saints Church in Nakasero on Wednesday for a Funeral Service asked government to withdraw guns held by the private security firms.
The father, Mr. plan Mugisha blames Angoria for displaying recklessness by shooting his son.
While making his remarks, Ainebyona’s father Engineer Plan Mugisha broke into tears at the point he stated it that his son was shot to death as a result of tribalism. He said that though it’s the police to do investigations, he had been told that the shooters intended to do it “Just because Arnold was of a certain tribe,” He said.
“I want to call government into action over this matter, it’s becoming serious” He added.
The statement awakened murmuring within the congregation with some suggesting that the aggrieved dad was going off-topic