Arthur Kizito, a son-in-law to renowned businessman Gaster Lule Ntake has committed suicide.
The incident took place on Thursday night. Kizito was found by his children while hanging by belt inside his marital bedroom.
His wife was not at their home in Seguku Zone 5 by the time he finished off his life.
According to the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigire , the deceased had used one of the tables inside the house to climb up to the ceiling where he fixed the belt that he used to hang himself.
Owoyesigyire said the body has been taken to the city mortuary for postmortem in a bid to find out the exact cause of Kizito’s death.
Ntake is the proprietor of Ntake Bakery. He also owns a string of arcades in the city that include; Gadith House on William Street, Nalule Arcade in Nakasero, Sembatya Arcade in kikubo, Jjemba Plaza in Kiyembe among others.
He also owns the Katwe based Delta TV as well as a baking flour factory that produces Kaswa wheat baking flour and Horse Brand.