A Senior Coroner for Somerset Town in South West England has denied a Ugandan UK father the burial rights- to Uganda-of his son that was stabbed fatally in the UK.
Tony Williams, Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner in Somerset, South West England, instead ruled that Tyrone Mulinde, 20, be buried in the UK as desired by the mother to Tyrone’s 3 months-old-baby-son.
Mr. Sam Mulinde father to Tyrone stated that burial arrangements to Uganda for his son were reversed by the Coroner following a grievance raised by Tyrone’s girlfriend on day (last Thursday) body was to be released to him.
Tyrone, 20, was stabbed on October 20th 2018 in Bridgwater, a town in Somerset. Paramedics attempts to save his life were in vain and he unfortunately died from his own injuries.
Tyrone’s initial funeral service was slated for November 10th 2018 at St.Luke’s Church in West Kilburn, North West London but postponed because of further postmortem investigations.
Tyrone’s love for Uganda has been relaid by his dad since his son’s death. Sam stated Tyrone had part of his upbringing in Uganda where he lived for a number of years before returning to the UK. In his expressed wishes for when he passed on, his father said the youngster wanted to be buried in Uganda.