Work has come to a standstill at Workers houses following a another suspected case of suicide, this week.
Musa Siraji who has been a Supervisor at City Oil jumped off the 14th floor of workers house.
Sources in Workers house told URN, that Musa Siraji went to NSSF offices this morning claiming for his pension but was referred to the inquiry desk at the ground floor.
Siraji left his phone and Wallet on the 14th floor to return to the Inquiry desk.
It is said that instead of going to the inquiry desk, he forced one of the windows open and jumped off the building.
Sylvan Byamukama, an eye witness said that after jumping through the window Siraji crashed on the stairs, before dropping dead on the open space of the workers building.
By press time, Police led by Kampala regional CID chief Paul Kato had cordoned off the building to pave way for investigations.
On Monday this week, Simon Kalanzi Baker, who was working with Phoenix Insurance on Workers House slit his throat open after a failed attempt to kill his girlfriend, Fiona Mutagamba a student at Makerere University Business School.
Mutagamba, who is still admitted in hospital, was stabbed by Kalanzi before he turned the knife on himself and took his life.