Rotten body of police officer discovered inside his house

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Julius Ongu, police officer in Amolatar district who was found dead in his house.

By Watera,
AMOLATAR:
A rotting dead body of Julius Martin Ongu, a police officer in Amulatar district was on Friday morning discovered by the residents inside his rented house.

The police officer who has been seerving as the police community liaison officer in the district, was according to reports last seen at the police barracks on Tuesday.

According to neighbours, an irritating smell coming from the deceased house made them grow suspicions and decided to break wherein his body was found lying on the floor.
Before his death, it is alleged that Ongu told the head of the security in the district, RDC George William Wopuwa that he would be attending his friend’s burial if he did not attend another meeting on Thursday.

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“I met all security heads of the department including Ongu on Tuesday, he told me that if he does not attend another meeting scheduled for Thursday, he would have gone to bury his friend,” the RDC said.

The late Ongu’s friend Michael Orech was a retired community liaison officer who is among three people killed in a nasty road accident along Gulu-Kampala highway on Tuesday.

RDC Wopuwa said the departed senior police officer had a condition of high blood pressure, but could not conclude that he succumbed to it.

The new Amolatar District Police Commander (DPC) Jacob Jaskol declined to comment on the cause of ONgu death stressing that police will give an intensive postmortem report.

“Right now we cannot issue any official information. This news has just come in. I am here at Amolatar Health Centre IV where the postmortem is being conducted and we shall issue the official report through the North Kyoga regional police spokesperson,” he said.

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