Phone calls: stepmom connected kidnapper Pato to Susan Magara  

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Cheeky Sue

Mrs Immaculate Magara from December 2017 to date (the only call logs we accessed) has called numbers from her known telephone MTN line which cannot be interpreted; they don’t have call logs, have almost similar numbers that follow each other chronologically and have call durations but no call data!

It’s only her and another number in the names of Kiconco Moses but registered with the village Identity card of Mrs Wandera Tibandikira, Immaculate Kabajuli Wandera’s mother that called the suspected numbers.

NOTE: Immaculate Kabajulizi’s mother is a Muhororo so a number in a Kikiga name would be seen to be belonging to Immaculate’s maternal relatives.

Suspicious phone calls

On further scrutiny Mr. Kinconco’s Phone is viewed in Buraru, Hoima the Home village of Immaculate Kabajulizi (See attached sample of the unregistered numbers on the CDR of Kiconcho Moses and Immaculate numbers).

Victoria University

These calls according to research can only be made on a (SIMBOX) where there is computer generated fictitious numbers which override a Network to avoid being detected or to avoid Bills, for this case the later may be true.

Simboxing can be done with in a network or outside the network like the satellite calls.

For this specific situation it is possible that MTN staff could have participated since the fictitious lines have seemingly MTN codes.

Immaculate Kabajulizi’s relation with Agaba Patrick (Pato)

There is a suspect believed to have been arrested by the CMI called Agaba Patrick living in South Africa.

The real connection of Agaba and the murder of Susan Magara is not yet clear but what is clear is that he visited Mr. Magara’s home in December 2018 twice in Hoima.

Mr. Agaba was God parent with Immaculate Kabajulizi when they were baptizing the child of one youthful Munyoro Boy called Musinguzi Wyclif. Wycliff is one of the friends to Agaba and he is a son to one of Immaculate’s friends called Ms Kabasita.

Immaculate and Patrick Agaba aka Pato were seen by people in Hoima at Kabasita’s bar. Kabasita confirmed that the duo met at her bar but declined to speak much as her son Wyclif is still in custody.

Wyclif and was arrested with his friend Muhanuzi Dan who also happens to be a boyfriend to Renatta Magara, Susan’s sister.

Dan and Wylciff are best friends to Pato and Pato boasts of having opened business for them.

Their CDR show that they were in the areas where the ransom money calls were being made. It is possible they were on the front line for their friend Pato.

Mrs Immaculate Kabajulizi Magara and Agaba Patrick come from the same village. Immaculate introduced Susan to Agaba Patrick and the rest of the Family members.

Indeed Mr. Agaba went back to Bwedero Dairy Farm in Hoima on the second visit and Susan introduced him as a cousin.

It is believed Agaba was present in Uganda during the Kidnap and murder of Susan and went to Kenya by aeroplane, spent four hours in Nairobi and returned to Uganda by road.

It is also probable that Mr. Agaba Patrick was the person being called on those coded numbers. Each number was called twice then it changed code.

It is probable that Immaculate was calling one number that was programmed to change code when called the third time.

All these numbers that look like normal MTN numbers were all outgoing. Only Immaculate and her relation in Kibingo called them.

Immaculate Kabajulizi called those unregistered numbers more often one wondered what a coincident that a simple seller of herbicides and seedlings was calling customers who had only unregistered numbers!

Close analysis of her CDR shows that from December to time of the kidnap, Immaculate Kabajulizi called the suspicious numbers, then the brothers and sister or Kiconco Moses.

It is probable that all her relatives in Buraru, save for her sister Assumpta Wandera in are in the know of this plan that seems to have been hatched over a long period of time.

Kiconco Moses’s number registered with the identity card of Immaculate Kabajulizi’s mum

It would be good to get Mrs. Magara’s CRD for the entire 2017 to establish when she started calling the suspicious numbers.

NOTE. Two of her brothers work in Bwendero Dairy Farm. One is a bank agent called Wandera Ninian and another is called Wandera Clement (an electrician).

Some Unregistered numbers that Mrs Immaculate Kabajulizi Wandera Magara calls.

256700995192

256703768346

256770110544

256770110815

256770018391

256770021761

256770019997

256770013265

256770019179

256770028902

256770117134

256770113433

256770112691

256770012972

256770022439  Calls this number calls husband then calls number again

256770016768 Talks for over thirty minutes

256770117313  Talks for over ten minutes

256770112580

256770022026

256770022377

256770018551

256770017215

256770017215

256770018344

256770114590

256770112969

256770024544

256770027859  Calls this number then calls husband.

256770114017

256770025887

256770115964

256770116998

256770018606

256770014032

256770019550

256770025018

256770028770

256770026423

256770026675

256770023759

256770027772

256770022449

256770023240

256774801449

256770014837

256770022490

256770114991

256770027251

256770117966

256770018231

256770016127

256770022576

256770112150

256770022518

256770116537

256770111615

256770022519

256770012907

256770031888

256770016029

256770030488

256770018379

256770018777

256770028101

256770015575

256770016016

256770115523

256770021227

256770114171

256770026412

256770027344

256770026206

256770024884

256770023745

256770027215

256770024622

256770015244

256770022847

256770019124

256772951110

256770113812

256770112494

256770110878

256770014862

256700420221

256770025620

256770116648

256770025596

256770112750

256770114847

256770017394

256770017394

256770022319

256770026166

256770024756

256770018908

256770025349

256770030684

256770027805

256770028944

256770022707

256770015590

256770014362

256770030643.

Confidential Report: the Murder of Susan Magara [the series continue].

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