Former Kitovu Head Prefect Confesses To Murdering His MUBS Girlfriend [Video]

Former Kitovu Head Prefect Confesses To Murdering His MUBS Girlfriend [Video]

Dr. Brian Bagenda a former assistan head prefect at St.Henry’s College Kitovu has confessed to having ochestrated the murder of Enid Twijukye, a MUBS student.

A few days back, Twijukye’s body was found dumped in Seeta after weeks of her disappearance. The police tracked down her boyfriend, Bagenda a pharmacist who confessed to having murdered her.

According to Bagenda, he hired his two cleaners at their Mutungo home, a one Innocent Bainomugisha and Vicent Rwahire who assisted in the murder.

Bagenda is remembered by many as one of the most intelligent students in the history of Uganda. At Kitovu, he was known as very disciplined and would go on to be appointed the assistant head prefect. His English surpassed that of the queen. He was doing PCB/M as his A-level combination and went on to score 25 points. Bagenda was st Kitovu from 2002 to 2007.

The trio are currently held at police and charges have been placed with investigations still ongoing.



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