A 24 year old private security guard Ronald Obangakene who confessed to murdering an IHK doctor Catherine Agaba has been charged with murder and aggravated robbery.
Obongokene has been charged before Makindye chief magistrate court, however, Grade two magistrate John Okipi did not allow him to plead to the offenses because they are grave and capital in nature and only tried and bailed by the high court.
He has been remanded to Luzira prison until the 13th of May 2019 as investigations into the case continues.
The suspect was arrested by police on Easter Monday after he went into hiding for 12 days and after his arrest, he led police detectives to a septic tank in GPS apartments - Muyenga where he had dumped Dr. Agaba's lifeless body.
He allegedly murdered the deceased by by strangulation on the 12th of April 2019 after he allegedly accused her of trying to get him fired by reporting him to his boss who owned the houses he was guarding as a security guard.
Dr.Agaba was a tenant on the said semi finished apartments.
Prosecution led by the Makindye court Resident State Attorney Batson Baguma states that On the 12th of April 2019 at GPS apartments in Bukasa Muyenga - Makindye division , Obangakene with malice a fore thought strangled Dr. Catherine Agaba and went further to rob her of a mobile phone, Gas -cooker , a Flat screen TV , home theater and other Utensils.
The suspect was apparently tracked by CMI officials in Loro trading center in Apac.
Police had initially arrested many suspects in her death including a Ugandan doctor based in the united states Ntambi Andrew and security operatives found him with the deceased's property while in hiding.
He was tracked after CMI officials tracked the the deceased's phone which the suspect was using after he removed her simcard.
The deceased was born in Mbarara district in 1991 and had graduated from the Mbarara university of science and technology with a bachelors degree in medicine and surgery before joining IHK two years ago.
Her body was identified by her siblings and it was covered in human wastes.
The suspect is said to have gone into hiding apparently immediately after the young doctor had disappeared.
Police said that they got interested in him because he went missing after the incident.
The 27 year old will be buried this week at Kagonji village in Kashari, Mbarara district in Western Uganda.