Kabonge who had been living under the same roof with parents decided to end his life by taking acid. According to NTV, he bought litres of the lethal chemical at Shs50,000 from Wobulenzi trading centre. His parents later found him lying lifeless in the house. Geoffrey Buzibwa, father of the late explained that the family had tried their best to uplift the living conditions and expectations of their child but were shocked when they found him dead. “His aunt and I bought him (Kabonge) several boda boda motor bikes but after they developed mechanical faults, he kept demanding for new ones and a share of land”, his father revealed. The residents consoled him describing him as a responsible man who played his part to help his son succeed. He called the government to regulate the sale of lethal chemicals to the public.Frustrated 20-year-old Geoffrey Kabonge a resident of Wobulenzi Trading Centre today opted to take his life after his father allegedly refused to allocate him a piece of land.