KISORO– Residents in Kabuga village, Nyakabande subcounty have expelled one of their fellows from the village over committing adultery with a UPDF officer.
The meeting chaired by Augustin Rudahunga, the area village one chairperson held on Wednesday 15th September 2021 at Kabuga trading centre resolved to expel a 45 year old woman from the area after consulting her husband who works in Kampala on from on allegations of committing adultery with a UPDF officer.
The suspect has been identified as Felesita Ngendahimana 45, a resident of Kabuga village, Muganza parish, Chahi sub county in Kisoro district.
Felesita Ngendahimana is married to Phillip Ngendahimana who works in Kampala and they are blessed with five children.
It is said all the trouble started when Felesita Ngendahimana invited a yet to be identified UPDF officer in her husband’s bedroom the act that did not please her children who called neighbors who responded in time.
After a while, neighbors started gathering at the suspect’s home and they ascended to the UPDF officer in the bedroom of the couple before tying him using ropes.
It is said that UPDF officer was rescued from being lynched by angry residents by his fellow officers from Nyakabande barracks.
The meeting also expelled Dushime Ancilla 24 who operates a bar at Kabuga trading center whom they they accused of conniving with the suspect Felesita Ngendahimana to bring UPDF officers in Kabuga trading centre who destabilize the area.
Rudahunga Agustin who said that couldn’t go against residents’ decision of expelling the two suspects from the area advised married couples to remain faithful to their loved ones as a way of reducing on domestic violence in the area.
According to Vereriya Nyirabaganda, the Kabuga woman chairperson the suspect Felesita Ngendahimana has been committing adultery with the UPDF officers in presence of her children until Tuesday at around 2:30 am when luck run out of her hands.
She said that the children alerted neighbors because they couldn’t continue tolerating such behaviors of their mother.
The children of the suspect said that their mother has always returned home from bars late in the night with men demanding that she first goes to her parents’ home as they wait for the situation to normalize.
However, the suspect Felesita Ngendahimana denied the allegations and vowed not to leave before her husband comes home.