The body of Jackson Aineruhanga an Arsenal fan who was killed on Sunday night has been laid to rest amidst tears from friends and family members.
Aineruhanga the seventh child in a family of nine born to Godfrey Nkundwaruhanga and Ms Agnes Musiime on 09/02/2002 in
Rwanyinakahire cell, Rwamujojo ward, Sheema Central Division, Sheema municipality in Sheema District.
Nelson Nuwagaba the chairperson of Rwanyinakahire cell said it all started when the two were in a video hall in a match between Arsenal and Machester United and when they moved out they were fired up to the extent that the suspect chased the deceased and then pressed him with a sharp object.
Stephen Katwiromunda the speaker of Sheema municipality urged the youth to always mind their actions and behavior after watching European matches.
Katwiromunda said that parents should take the aliasing role in giving good advice to their children at all times as this will reduce cases of criminality in the area.
He said that European football players are earning huge sums of money and we are here killing each other, as a youth you must engage in productive activities and reduce anger. Football is just for fun not killing each other.