This after the woman Member of Parliament for Masaka district Mary Babirye Kabanda requested that the parliamentary committee on security do independent investigations into these killings.
Kabanda explained that the killings that involve the panga wielding men started far back in February 2017 where a number of people have lost their lives with the most recent is what was reported on the 31st of December 2017 in Bukomansimbi where five people lost their lives, 12 seriously injured and two are still admitted in hospitals in critical conditions.
She requested that all families that lost their relatives be accorded the same financial assistance than when government carries out selective assistance.
Meanwhile, the shadow internal affairs minister Muwanga Kivumbi suggested that the issue of killings should be entirely investigated country wide since these have also been seen in other parts of the country including Wakiso, Teso, Northern Uganda among other places and the method of killing has always been the same.
The deputy speaker Jacob Oulanyah wants government to have an elaborate explanation about the state of security of its people.