Pastor’s Wife Arrested In Uganda For Faking Her Own K i d n a p And Demanding KSh1.3Million
Police in Katwe, Uganda on Monday arrested a pastor’s spouse for allegedly kidnapping herself with the intention of extorting cash from her unsuspecting husband.
Mariam Kusubira, a spouse to Pastor Shadrach Kusuubira of Noah’s Arch Church in Kikajjo-Masajjawent lacking in Kampala on June 6 and was discovered on Monday, June 11.
She later referred to as in alarming that she had been kidnapped and that her captors demanded KSh 1.three hundreds of thousands.
In response to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire, Miriam faked her kidnapping and gave false info to the police and most of the people officers and led to a wastage of presidency assets.
She claimed she was allegedly picked up by strangers on June 6, 2018 as she was on her approach to purchase a piece of land.
The detectives rapidly swung into motion with hopes of rescuing her from the arms of the captors solely to be discovered at her daughter’s home the place she was hiding.
The suspect was arrested and is presently detained at Katwe Police Station.
“This refutes the sooner stories by some media homes about Miriam Kusuubira being kidnapped killed and physique elements reduce off.
#ExposeFakeKidnaps” police assertion says.
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