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NETTED: Bamugemereire Nabs Insider Staff Who Has Been Spying On Her For ISO Boss, Minister Amongi: Kaka To Be Summoned

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Tension gripped the commission of inquiry into land matters at the Achieve and Records centre in Wandegeya today when the commission investigators arrested their own staff who has been spying on them and leaking information to land grabbers especially government officials.

Wilfred Nsubuga was arrested on a tip given to the commission’s detectives, “we have invested a lot of time and money to get you when we learnt that we had a rat leaking our classified and investigated information to land grabbers, we got you Mr. Nsubuga,” Daglous Sigiza the commission’s secretary who was among the team which arrested Nsubuga said

One of the detectives who arrested Nsubuga revealed to the Grapevine that he (Nsubuga) has been leaking the commission’s whistleblowers’ information to land grabbers especially in the government. He said that after the government land grabbers received the information, they would harass the whistleblowers and many have lost their jobs. Our credible source within the commission revealed to us that last week, they were ordered by their bosses to make sure that they get the person who has been leaking their classified information to land grabbers.  He said that from then, they started spying on each other.

“There was an attack to our neighbors at the National Land Information Centre where operatives from Internal Security Organisation (ISO) attacked the centre with a mission of breaking into the lands computerized system. They were working on orders of one of the lands Minister who was targeting the strong room to take away some evidences pinning him on the way he has been grabbing people’s land,” the detective, who requested us not reveal his name told the Grapevine.

He said that it took the intervention of president Museveni who ordered ISO boss Kaka Bagyenda to withdraw his boys immediately. Museveni intervened after Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda failured to stop the raid. It was Persis Namuganzi, the junior lands minister who called Museveni seeking for his assistance. By the time Namuganza called Museveni, most of the National lands Information centre employees were under arrest and detectives were on their necks to surrender the strong room keys to them. Godfrey Seremba the under secretary at the system centre was the one with the strong room keys.

Seremba first called Chris Baryomonsi the housing and urban development minister but he refused to intervene in the matter. Seremba later called the lands minister Betty Amongi but she was not picking her phones, he later got Namuganzi who immediately intervened by calling president Museveni.  It is reported that Museveni ordered Kaka to withdraw his boys immediately and informed him that he is not supposed to do such things. A source told this website that Kaka told Museveni that he was working on Amongi’s orders who told him that there was a lot of crime going on at the information centre.

Since then detectives have been watching Nsubuga closely after suspicion against him rose when the Commission’s privileged secrets were being leaked to supposed witnesses before they could even be summoned to respond. “I am also not friendly to cameras but we have information you have been spying on us,” the Commission Secretary Dr. Douglas Singiza told Nsubuga during arrest.

When Journalists reached out for his comment Dr. Singiza confirmed that Nsubuga had been arrested, “but we are still investigating. We will give you details.” Nsubuga was handed over to police for further investigation.  The police together with commission’s detectives also raided Nsubuga’s home and thoroughly searched it.

The sources further revealed to the Grapevine that they discovered good evidence which they will use to prosecute Nsubuga. Nsubuga   had been part of the Commission Information Technology (IT) experts who have been conducting computer forensic investigations in respect to soft copy documents.

Nsubuga is part of the newly co-opted group of investigators after the first group was disbanded over allegations of misconduct. Sources within the Commission revealed that about a month ago, the Commission had to dismiss some of its investigators who they suspected for were taking bribes from some of the tycoons who have profiteered from land grabbing and government compensation as project affected persons.

It is said that Nsubuga has been in touch with Lands Minister Betty Amongi who was allegedly reported to the president by the commission for messing up the lands ministry for pursuing her own person agendas. It is reported that the commission has been planning to use the evidence it got on Amongi to pin her on messing up the ministry.

Sources in the commission further told this website said that they suspect that this is the reason why Amongi connived with ISO boss Kaka to ‘steal’ evidence which the commission would have used from the strong room to expose her before her boss the president. Amongi is expected to return to the commission for quizzing over another separate piece of land. Other government officers who Nsubuga has been in touch with are General Duties minister in the office of the Prime Minister Hillary Onek who was summoned to appear before the commission on allegations of threatening witnesses and insulting the commission’s status.

This website has been reliably told that the Commission’s chairperson Justice Catherine Bamugemereire is going to summon ISO boss Kaka very soon to testify before her commission on why he ordered his boys to attack the information centre.

 

By Jamil Lutakome

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Music Promoters Plan To Petition Speaker Over Bobiwine – Police Harrasmentent

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Music promoters are set to petition the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga protesting the move by police to block all Bobi Wine’s concerts during the festive season

According to Kyadondo East MP also known as Bobi Wine, police banned all his planned concert without a clear explanation. Promoters under their umbrella Uganda Music Promoters and Venue Owners’ Network notified the speaker about the petition to be presented tomorrow.
Speaking to media, the association’s coordinator Tony Ssempijja said they are meeting today to finalize their arrangements.

Ssempijja further add as that police’s ban on Bobi concerts is likely to force promoters, venue owners and musicians out of the business and this comes after police blocked Bobi Wine’s concert in Jinja over the weekend.

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Three Killed In Mukono Robbery Shoot-Out

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Three suspected robbers have been killed in a shoot-out with security guards at Biyinzika Poultry farm in Mukono District, the Grapevine has learnt.

About 10 men armed with one riffle raided Biyinzika Poultry farm at on 16th December 2018 at about 0200 hours and attempted to steal chicken.

In the process of the robbery, there was exchange of fire with the guards at the farm hence killing three suspected robbers. One has been identified as James Adrey of Ngora District.

The Spokesperson Kampala Metropolitan Police Luke Owoyesigyire said that other two bodies have not been identified and were therefore taken to Mulago National Referral Hospital for postmortem.

“We also recovered chicken in sacks at the scene of crime and the hunt is still on for the rest of the team that is suspected to have been involved in this foiled robbery,” he said.

Investigations are ongoing via Mukono Police vide SD 02/16/12/2018.

By Remmy Atugonza

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BodaBoda 2010 Patron Kitata Has A case To Answer.

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BodaBoda 2010 patron Abudallah Kitata (in yellow) listen to court proceedings in Makindye

 

Boda Boda 2010 Association Patron Mr. Abudallah Kitatta and 9 of his co-accused have this afternoon been requested to prepare their defence against charges of unlawful possession of firearms and military equipment, the Grapevine has learnt

Mr. Kitatta and his co-accused appeared before a seven-member panel led by Lt. Gen Andrew Gutti this afternoon and were told that testimonies from different witnesses had pinned them and therefore had a case to answer. However, three of Kitatta’s co-accused who included Jonathan Kayondo, Hassan Ssengoba and Sunday Ssemogerere were acquitted because none of them was found at Boda Boda 2010 association offices in Nateete at the time of their arrest and Court further said Ngobi Sowali and Ibrahim Sekajja were in the car that had firearms at Vine Hotel while Amon Twinomujuni, Matia Ssenfuka, Hassan Sebatta, John Sebandeke, Hussein Mugema, Fred Bwanika have a case to answer because they were found at Boda Boda 2010 association offices in Nateete during arrest, according to the testimonies of the witnesses.

Bodaboda 2010 boss Mr Abdulah Kitata was arrested on Saturday 20th of January 2018, after two of his members confessed to CMI that they had participated in the gruesome killing of Case Clinic Accountant, Francis Ekalungar. However the security agency CMI delayed to reveal Kitata whereabout until on the 29th of January when he was first tried in the General Court martial

By Remmy Atugonza

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