Katumba Wamala and his wife lost their daughter lately. As per the latest news Wamala and his family are in grief following their daughter death in the assassination attempt.
Katumba, a former Army Chief in Uganda, got injured, but his daughter got shot in a car alongside the driver. What Happened? See the case updates in detail.
Katumba Wamala Wife
Katumba Wamala is a married man. His wife name is Catherine Wamala.
But he had a daughter named Brenda Nantongo, who lost her life in the recent assassination attempt.
Besides, there have not been any revelations regarding his marital relationship insights in public.
His Family And Daughter
Katuma Wamala was born in a Ugandan family in Bweeza, Kalangala District, Ssese Islands.
There are no records of his parents in the media.
Wamala attended Nkumba University, from where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International relations and diplomacy. Besides, he has a Master’s degree in strategic leadership from Unites States Army War College.
Wamala lost his daughter in the recent assassination attempt. There are not many updates on her daughter, but she was around the 30s age range.
But several publications have released an obituary tributing their condolences to the minister’s daughter.
What Happened To General Katumba Wamala?
General Katuma Wamala got injured on his shoulders during the latest shoot-out.
He took bullets in both his shoulders.
BREAKING: An attempted assassination on General Katumba Wamala.
Details to follow
— Mujuni Raymond (@qataharraymond) June 1, 2021
He was immediately rushed to Nakasero Hospital after the incident.
As per the latest news, four gunmen approached the site on motorbikes, and they opened fire seven times in Wamala’s vehicle.
Their driver Haruna Kayondo too, lost his life along with the Minister’s daughter.
Is Wamala On Wikipedia?
Katuma Wamala already has a Wikipedia profile under his name.
His early life details with educational background and career insight are featured on the page.
Wamala has already served as an officer in the Uganda National Liberation Army (UNLA). Moreover, he was appointed as an IGP back in 2001.