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CCTV footage shows thief who raided St. Augustine, Makerere


CCTV footage from St Augustine’s

Makerere, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Chaplaincy of St Augustine at Makerere University has released a video footage about the theft of offertory and church equipment.

Fr. Josephat Ddungu, the chaplain of St. Augustine Church, says unidentified thug broke into the chapel on the night of August 11th, 2019.

According to Fr. Josephat Ddungu, the thug made off with unspecified sum of money, laptop, extension cables, boxes where the offertory for mother Mary and radio Maria are kept among other things.

He says they released CCTV footage to the public on social media on Sunday to help in the identification of the thief.

He says the same footage was shared with police on Monday morning to aid investigations.

Fr. Ddungu however, couldn’t tell how much money was in the stolen offertory boxes. St Augustine Chapel is a catholic church that is a student spiritual congregating place at Makerere University.

It is one of the worship places at the university in addition to the Anglican Chapel Francis and the Makerere student Mosque.





    Thanks for the news reporting to inform the masses especially at this time when Ugandans are killed by the Government soldiers who are supposed to protect them.
    CCTV if the government invested billions then why CCTV are not produced when ZIGGY WINE was tortured and then died but the country wonders are the Nrm & Museveni only protects one tribe of the West and rest of Ugandans die by these assailants as reported some were planted by IGG Kale Kayihura

  2. In depth analysis of what’s happening to Uganda & the rest of the world & all that I need to know.
    Big thanks

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