The Uganda police force has started the process of obtaining a court order to exhume the body of Bobi Wine‘s fallen bodyguard, Frank Senteza for postmortem analysis.
The police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says he postmortem will classify the cause of the death and nature of injuries.
Frank Senteza died on Sunday after being allegedly knocked down by a military truck. However the UPDF spokesperson later dismissed the cause of the death.
“Despite clearance from the family, several NUP supporters who were aggressive blocked police efforts to have the body of the deceased examined by a joint team of medical experts. They proceeded to bury the victim, without postmortem examination. We are disturbed by the conduct of these supporters in blocking the postmortem examination,” Enanga said.
“We have now started the process of obtaining a court order to exhume the body of the victim for post mortem analysis, to classify the cause of death and the nature of injuries,” Enanga said.
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“The initiative is also a great opportunity for our task teams of investigators to make sure all the different parts of the investigations are completed,” he added.