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Kirumira Murder Investigation:  Until His Death, Museveni Wasn’t Aware That Slain Cop Was Detained At Nalufenya During Kayihura Tenure

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President Museveni has said that he was not aware of the detention of slain Buyende District Police Commander (DPC) Muhammad Kirumira at Nalufenya.

In a meeting with president Museveni at Nakasero state lodge, the executive members of late Muhammad Kirumira‘s Nalufenya torture victims group were shocked after the president revealed that he never knew that Kirumira was at one time arrested  and detained at Nalufenya during general Kale Kayihura’s tenure as Inspector General of Police (IGP).

Led by Rt. Maj Godfrey Galabuzi  Musisi,  the group had met the president to hand in another report  on why the slain cop was at war with his superiors in the police force and why he might have been killed.

According to a source who also attended the meeting, Museveni said that until this meeting, he has not been aware that Kayihura sent Kirumira to Nalufenya police detention centre which is now Nalufenya police station.

“On receiving the report with the signature of the late Kirumira as the chairman, M7 asked Maj Galabuzi if indeed Kayihura had taken Kirumira to Nalufenya.

He even called Maj Gen. Proscovia Nalweyiso to cross check and Nalweyiso answered in the affirmative,” a source said.

The group that met the president in late hours also included BK Bukenya who was arrested by police and displayed by the then IGP Gen Kale Kayihura  as the man who was behind the rampant panga attacks and killings also known as ‘Bijambiya’ before he was later cleared by ISO and other security groups for being arrested in error.

During this meeting, it’s said the Commander in Chief also promised security to the Nalufenya team who felt that their lives were in danger.

We were also told that the president cleared those with military background to get armed if they so wished to boost their security.

Just like former police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi, Kirumira was also assassinated a few meters from his home.

 

By Adadi Kanyike

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I Warned Him Not To Call, Smile Or Flirt With Other Girls- Woman Cuts Off Boyfriend’s Penis

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Police in Mukono has arrested Rehema Mahayana 24 for allegedly cutting off her boyfriend’s penis.
Rehema told police she waited until her boyfriend Anthony Sekawa 28, had fallen asleep then cut off his manhood with a 4-inch knife.
Sekawa told police that he got into a fight with Rehema as he was trying to save his life because the she never stopped at taking his whopper but she also tried to slit his throat.
Sekawa was later saved by his neighbours who heard him shout because of the pain after his penis had been detached.
Upon arrest, Rehema told police that she had recently discovered her boyfriend was seeing different girls at a brothel located in Wantoni Mukono District and hatched the revenge plot against Sekawa.
“I discovered that he was secretly going out and flirting with other girls at different bars. This made me very angry. I was full of anger inside and couldn’t relax,” she narrated.
Sekawa was rushed to Namirembe Hospital for treatment while Kabayana was arrested and held in custody over the attack.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire confirmed that Mukono Police had received an emergency call about a man’s penis being cut off with a knife and responded so fast.
Owoyesigyire said that police arrived along with rescue staff and found the man severely injured and was rushed to hospital.
Detectives have discovered that the two had longtime relationship misunderstandings and that the suspect had on several occasions demanded he ceases contact with any other women, including not talking to them, answering their calls or even smiling at them which he however declined to adhere to.
The victim told police that he loved his girlfriend and believed she maimed his manhood in a grizzly bid to make sure he did not stray looking for other women.

 

By KMP

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THANK YOU UPDF: Men Who Tortured DP Man Were Sent By Enemies Within To Tarnish The Name Of NRM Govt – Minister Tumwebaze

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The Minister of Information Technology and Communications, Hon. Frank Tumwebaze has said that the five security officers who tortured and brutally arrested Yusuf Kawooya on Thursday in broad day light were enemy collaborators.

Thrugh his twitter handle, Tumwebaze says that their key mission was to tarnish the name of the current regime in power and give credence to the anti- government propaganda.

He thanked the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) leadership for tracing and bringing the culprits to book.

“I thank the leadership of UPDF for tracing & bringing to book those characters. I insist those fellows must be enemy-collaborators plotting within to tarnish the name of NRM & give credence to anti-govt propaganda. Let’s be aware & expose enemy agents,” he tweeted.

Yesterday, the army court arrested and charged the five operatives. They pleaded guilty to the offences and asked for a lighter sentence.

On Thursday afternoon, at the junction between Colville Street and Portal Avenue adjacent to Theatre Labonita and Christ The King Church, at around 01:20pm, five security operatives armed with guns brutally arrested a one Yusuf Kawooya and tossed him into a waiting PSV Matatu Reg. No. UAF 325S.

Yusuf Kawooya, the man in the video is aged 43 and resident of Bulamu Village in Gayaza. Kawooya is said to be butcher in Kitintale, a Kampala suburb and also a political activist who is a member of the Uganda Young Democrats (UYD).

 

By Remmy Atugonza

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PICTURES: Gun Wielding Security Operatives Who Tortured Kawooya In Broad Day Light Arrested And Charged In Military Court

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Five security operatives who tortured Yusuf Kawooya on Thursday along Colville Street in Kampala have been arrested and charged in the military court martial.
The army paraded them but did not give details regarding the charges they are going to face.

Their prosecution was effected vide case number UDC/041/18 Uganda vs Cpl Ssenkungu Daniel and others.

On Thursday afternoon, at the junction between Colville Street and Portal Avenue adjacent to Theatre Labonita and Christ The King Church, at around 01:20pm, five security operatives armed with guns brutally arrested a one Yusuf Kawooya and tossed him into a waiting PSV Matatu Reg. No. UAF 325S.

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