Ismail Muyanja 28, who was arrested on allegations of murdering a seven year old boy, sacrificed him and chopped off his whooper before dumping his body inside a septic tank has been found dead inside police custody on Sunday morning.
The murdered suspect is a professional boxer and a resident of Bunamwaya in Zana a Kampala suburb.
According to relatives of the murdered suspect, their brother was arrested on Saturday evening by both Military and police officers who told them that their brother has been on the wanted list over allegations of killing a seven year old boy.
The body of the seven year old boy was dumped into a septic tank of Hanna and Tony kindergarten and primary school found in Bunamwaya.
Relatives further reveal that he was taken without being beaten adding that military Police restricted the angry mob that wanted to lynch.
He was taken to Kilimanyaga police post in Zana.
Relatives of the murdered suspect added that on Sunday morning they went back to Kilimanyaga police post to check on Ismail Muyanja.
Upon reaching the station, they were informed that Ismail had been transferred to kibuye main policed station.
When they reached Kibuye, they were told that Ismail is not at the station.
The decided to go back to Kilimanyaga and they were assured that Ismail had been transferred to Kibuye Police station.
Going back to Kibuye police station, a police officer told them that Ismail was killed in custody and his body taken to Mulago hospital.
The relatives further revealed that the killed child bribed police officers at Kilimanyaga to torture and kill Ismail saying that if he goes to court, he may escape justice.
Our highly placed source at Katwe police station, reveals that Ismail Muyanja was killed in custody at Kilimanyaga police post.
The sources adds that Ismail has been on police’s wanted list for killing a seven year old boy.
Another highly placed source at Kibuye police post reveals that a police officer has already been arrested but could not reveal his name saying it will jeopardize investigations.
Efforts to reach Patrick Onyango the Kampala Metropolitan Police
Spokesperson for a comment were futile as his known phone could not be reached.