The family, relatives and friends of the late Arnold Ainebyona who was gunned down yesterday at Quality Supermarket in Naalya gathered today afternoon at All Saints Cathedral Nakasero for the funeral service of the youthful businessman.
The preacher of the service Rev. Medad Birungi said that the recent cause of many deaths in Uganda is due to the fact that most Ugandans are angry and have failed to overcome it.
“There are so many people in Uganda who are angry. When you are angry, you are easily provoked to kill. Anger has brought about demonstrations, murders and it is anger that led to the Rwanda genocide,” Birungi said, and went on to encourage the public to learn how to control their anger.
“Self-control, forgiveness and reconciliation are important. We should also try to avoid provoking people in order to live in harmony and unity,” he said.
The family of the Ainebyona claims that their son was killed because of tribal sentiments.
Today morning, police ordered its team of homicide officers from Kira Division Police to revisit the crime scene.
Ainebyona was shot in the mouth by Moses Angoria, a security guard attached to Saracen Security Company.