There is fervor and disarray in the family of Christopher Kazirya and Gertrude Kazirya after the reemerging of their child, Bernard Wajja Nsamba they thought they had buried 4 days prior.
On Tuesday this week when the Kazirya‘s gotten the horrendous (presently bogus) news that their child Nsamba had been killed in a road battle on Monday.
The family activated Shs 3 million and picked the implied body of their child from Kyamatyansi town in Nakaseke locale where he was dealing with a homestead and let him go at their hereditary in Nalongo town in Luwero district. Nsamba‘s mom, Gertrude says that the perisheds body they covered was severely deformed, making it hard to perceive his face.
She says that they depended on the family auntie who erroneously recognized the body as that of Nsamba.
Kazirya, in any case, says that as they were mending from the shock of covering their ‘child’, his sibling, Godfrey Kawalya got a call on Friday demonstrating that they had covered some unacceptable individual.
As indicated by Kazirya, they at first idea it was a gathering of conmen playing on their brains, however, when they put their child on the telephone, they effortlessly perceived his voice. She says that they quickly requested that Nsamba get back in light of the fact that they had buried somebody imagining that it was him.
Nsamba‘s dad, couldn’t conceal his bittersweet tears delight when he saw his child alive. He embraced him and invited him home. Kazirya says that he is currently trusting that police will recognize the body of the man they covered before he permits them to unearth the grave.
Nsamba let Media know that he was similarly stunned to get news that he was articulated dead and buried.
He, in any case, affirms that he was in a bar in Kyamatyansi exchanging focus with his aunt Nakiganda the day the unidentified man was killed, yet they left and got back to the ranch securely.
He says that on Friday morning, two men from the exchanging focus went to chip away at the ranch just to let him know that he was announced dead and covered at his tribal home. Furthermore, he says that he hurried to the exchanging focus and everyone was stunned to see him alive.
Occupants quickly assembled cash for himself and recruited a boda, which moved back him to his family. Mike Lukwago says that his individual boda riders declined to ship Nsamba to his town expecting that he could be an apparition.
Lukwago says that he elected to move Nsamba, yet he too continued to check to affirm that he was riding an individual.
He conveyed Nsamba to his home around 5 pm on Friday. From that point Relatives and occupants accumulated at Kazirya‘s home to get a brief look at Nsamba, whose indicated memorial service they had joined in.
Richard Luwondera, the LC 1 director of Nalongo town said that they were yet to set up the personality of the individual they covered.
Isiah Ssemwogerere, the Savannah Regional police representative said that he was all the while trusting that police in Nakaseke will brief him on the episode.