Late Muhammad Kirumira’s father Hajj Abubaker Kawooya says he is currently receiving wives and their children but not retaining any of them. He encouraged the expectant ones to present themselves.
“We plan to have DNA tests after the Dhuwa (prayers after 40 days from date of death) on October 21 because all of them (women and children) will attend,” Hajj Kawooya said yesterday.
A massive DNA exercise for all the children has been scheduled for October 22 as the number hit 25 yesterday, his father has revealed.
At least eight women, Mr Kawooya said, introduced themselves to him as daughters-in-law.
He, however, said he has a welfare challenge and asked well-wishers to contribute to Kirumira who he said died for telling the public the truth about the misdeeds within the Uganda Police Force.
The 35 year-old slain officer had been un-deployed following his suspension. He was gunned down at Bulenga on September 8 alongside Resty Nalinya, a mobile money dealer posthumously identified as his friend.
In yesterday’s interview Hajj Kawooya said the family is planning to construct rentals which will assist in mobilisation of funds to cater for social service requirements.
“But the plan can only be effected when Kirumira’s friends and the general public assists in financial contributions,” he said.