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Two sons beat mother after for sleeping with manfriend in their father’s bed

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The police in Uganda, East Kyoga region and Bukedea CPS, have put a serious hunt for two brothers, identified as Onenge Andrew and Opio Ivan, of Akaramai village, Kamom parish, in Bukedea district, for the attempted murder of their mother, The duo inflicted injuries on their mother after she invited her manfriend, Omerikol Joseph, and sharing their father’s marital bed with him.

Their father, identified as Ogwang Isaac, is a teacher, who is always stationed at his workplace.

The facts gathered indicate that the two siblings, on the 20.03.2024, returned home at around 10pm, and found their mother and her manfriend, already sleeping in their fathers’ house, which angered them.

They picked pangas, attacked their mother and her manfriend, critically injuring them. The attack was as a result of adultery by their mother. The two victims were rushed to Bukedea Health Centre IV for treatment.

– Police React

Police has strongly condemned such acts of violent attacks against biological parents by children saying it is a serious abomination.

“Mothers deserve all the respect from their children, no matter the circumstances,” the police spokesperson Fred Enanga said.

He added that in this very incident, the sons who are now on the run, needed to bring their concerns to the attention of their father, clan leaders, local elders, including women leaders, the church, and the Police Child and Family Protection Unit, to help prevail over their mother and her manfriend. They were instead rife with rage and anger, over their mother’s adulterous conduct.

“Their act was, therefore, pre-meditated and motivated by anger and rage. They are both wanted for two counts of Attempted Murder.

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