By Denilson Nkunda
A senior Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officer is seething with anger and considering all options on table to see if he can stop his colleague from bonking his wife of five children.
The officer whose wife is being feasted on has been identified as Col Keith Katungi, the commander of 309 Brigade whose headquarters are based in Hima town council, Kasese district, South Western Uganda.
The sex predator colleague, a one Captain (whose identity the Editor has not revealed for obvious reasons) is attached to the Special Forces Command (SFC), an elite unit that guards the President and other key installations in the country.
Sources also say, with the fall of his close ally Gen Kale Kayihura, the Captain nowadays spends most of his time at Nakasero under close monitoring and if he is not there, he is at Lounge69 in Ntinda having fun. Kale had allegedly bought him a brand new Toyota Prado in UBB series for being a good comrade.
The most waterlogged woman who is at the centre of their acrimony, according to sources, has also been identified as Noma Kakono, a wife to Col Katungi. Noma, according to sources used to work with the Protocol Unit of State House and her current job is not clear.
The Captain that can only be revealed as Kashoma has allegedly been bonking Col Katungi’s wife-Noma under the nose of his wife of two children.
According to sources, Col Katungi married Noma around 2006 after her bitter fallout with another senior army officer currently at the rank of Major General.
The couple went on to produce five children together (all girls), although there are doubts whether the 5th one who is about two months old is for Col Katungi, according to sources.
Sources told us last night that Col Katungi allegedly started hearing rumors that Capt Kashoma who used to frequently host his wife (Noma) at his Kulambiro home had sexualized their relationship around 2016.
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