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 A senior officer fired his weapon after arguing with a lady, according to an incident being investigated by police at Busia's Adungosi police station.

Detectives claim that a Teso police officer opened fire twice in the air in Busia town after a confrontation with a lady.

According to reports from the early Wednesday event, the police officer entered the Didis club in the town as a lady only known as Daisy was hard at his heels.

According to a police record, the officer and his date placed an order for alcoholic beverages, which they drank while they passed the time of the evening.

The police report claims, in part, that Daisy "giggled periodically during their private discussions while resting on the cop's shoulder, leaving him smiling with delight."

Everything went well at the bar in the Ugandan border town as other partygoers danced with their partners to slow Madillu rhythms that created the perfect atmosphere for a joyful finish to cap off the Christmas celebrations.

According to the cops, everything was OK up until the lady got up from her seat, allegedly to say hello to a friend who was having fun at a separate table.

In contrast, the lady joined a male she knew who was seated at a nearby table for a short conversation at approximately 2:30 in the morning, according to the police report.

The senior police officer paid for his drinks and stormed out of the bar in a fury, oblivious to the woman's assurance that everything was in order.

The officer jumped into his car and started driving toward Amerkwai, taking the lady's purse with him, according to the report. The woman tried to pursue the commander and explain that things were not as he imagined, but her efforts "fell on deaf ears."

The lady, who was on a motorcycle, chased the police officer down on the Busia-Malaba route and demanded her purse, blocking his car near Amerkwai.

The police pulled out his gun, a Jericho handgun filled with at least 15 rounds of ammunition, as soon as the lady and the manager got up to him and stopped his car, sending them fleeing for their lives.

The senior officer said that when he opened fire, he believed that his life was in danger. Adungosi police officers were informed of the situation and hurried to the spot.

"However, the officer's pistol was seized, and an inquiry file with the number 3/2022 was filed at the Adungosi Police Station to conduct a thorough investigation. "


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