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    THEY NOW PLAN TO KILL ME – Mirundi Narrates How Kampala Hospital Boss Was Recruited In Business Of Selling Human Organs And How He Survived Assassination…



    Tamale Mirundi (L) and Richard Dr. Bwogi Kanyerezi

    Outspoken senior presidential adviser on media affairs, Joseph Tamale Mirundi, has narrated how the Kololo based Kampala Hospital boss was recruited into the lucrative business of selling human organs on the international market.

    Appearing on Pearl FM radio, the self-claimed  media consultant revealed that before his death, Professor Richard Bwogi Kanyerezi, the founder of the Kampala Hospital, approached him and narrated to him how mafias in government had recruited him into the business of selling human organs.

    “The old man came to me and asked me to save him because he had not willingly joined the business of selling human organs. He narrated to me that he had gone to a certain government official to plead with him to save his hospital, but this government official told him that the only way he can be helped was if he joined the dreadful business, ” the talkative Mirundi said.

    However, this website cannot authoritatively confirm Mirundi’s allegations, since Professor Kanyerezi is dead and cannot defend himself.

    Mirundi also added that when the mafias in government learnt that Kanyerezi had revealed their secrets to him, they started following him and on Wednesday last week, he survived being assassinated.

    Mirundi said that according to the plan, the assassins planned to eliminate him from his Kyengera home.

    “They first thought of eliminating me from Zana but because of the heavy security, they feared being arrested, their plot on me in Kabalagala also failed because of the high population, so they concluded to finish me off in Kyengera,” Mirundi narrated.

    He said that on Wednesday morning, he received a phone call from one of his friends in the military who is at the rank of General asking him not to sleep at his Kyengera home and avoid a certain good friend of his who had invited him for lunch.

    He added that the General told him to keep in touch with former deputy Inspector General of Police Major General Sabiiti Muzeeyi.

    “That’s why I always tell my friends not to create a lot of enemies because if the General who alerted me was not my friend, by now I would be no more and those poor journalists would have started writing their stupid stories, ‘Mirundi’s most famous statements’, and dragging my family into my death to frustrate the investigations as they always do when prominent people are killed,” Mirundi said.

    He added that mafias who have been dealing in trafficking human organs are panicking because the United Nations recently produced a report implicating them and their international contacts have since been arrested.

    When asked why he didn’t report the said attempted assassination to police, Mirundi said that the matter is being handled by a top General covertly and that there is no need to report to the police because even the police fear these mafias.


    By Arilabaki Sengooba



    Security On High Alert After Sunday ADF-Linked Bomb Blast Near Uganda, DR Congo Border



    Uganda security agencies have been put on high alert after a bomb linked to the Allied Democratic Forces – ADF went off yesterday near Uganda, Congo border.

    The incident in the Eastern DRC happened at Pentecostal Church in Lhubirira, an immediate town located 4kms after Mpondwe border point. At least 10 people died on the spot and 47 others suffered injuries.

    “The terror attack shows that terrorism can occur any time and anywhere, and further reminds us all of the terrorist threats that we face as a country. Because of the existing threat environment, our Joint Counter terror task teams from CMI, Crime Intelligence, Counter terrorism, CID in coordination with territorial units, continue to operate with a heightened state of readiness. It is approximately, 425days, since the double terror task at CPS and Kampala Avenue that have led to several investigations, multiple arrests and recovery of an assortment of dangerous weapons. So far, 18 guns have been recovered, 1 PK gun and 116 PK rounds, 1 pistol, 7 IEDs, 21 electronic detoriators, 52 explogel explosives, 2 Axel blades, 2 emulsion explosives, an assortment of bomb making materials, walkie talkies, mobile phones, 185 other types of ammunition, and motorcycles etc. In addition, a total of 57 suspects (terrorists and rebels) have been arrested,” Police Spokesperson who doubles as the Joint Security Spokesman told the media in Kampala on Monday.

    And while those disruptive operations present a positive step in securing the safety of Ugandans, Enanga says that “there is still work to identify ADF cells of agents, collaborators, operatives and sponsors within the country.”

    “Several measures have also been put in place, to avert any hostile infiltrations and attacks at Mpondwe border and all other crossing points. For instance, we have stopped the movement of cargo and passenger boats across Lake Albert, intensified patrols in Bugoma forest and across the borderlines, bolstered security at major installations, markets and parking yards, and intensified intelligence on several targets among others,” he said.

    Enanga, however, asked the public not to be alarmed “by these steps because it is meant for their safety.”

    “We would like to further remind the public that the threats of terrorism are real, especially on soft targets, which are many and sometimes difficult to defend, especially restaurants, markets, shopping centres, public transportation hubs like taxi and bus parks, places of worship and other crowded places etc. as a result, we call upon the public to be extra alert and vigilant, as they go about their activities. Remember, the best defence against any terrorist threats is our collective community effort. Once again, please be alert but not alarmed. And report any suspicious behaviour or activity to the nearest police unit or security agency.”


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    City Babe Who Offered Room For Cousin & Her Boyfriend Arrested For Double Murder



    The police are investigating circumstances under which two young adults died in a fire at Jinja-Nabweru on Thursday evening.

    The deceased have been identified as Patricia, 24, and Kajumba, 27.

    Findings show that the lovers visited Suzan Keitesi, 24; a cousin of Patricia on Thursday morning. Keitesi is a resident in an apartment at Jinja Kawempe Zone A, Jinja Kawempe Ward in Nabweru Division.

    However, the pair were found dead on Thursday evening in a suspicious manner, while Keitesi was rushed to a nearby clinic and later Kawempe hospital for first aid. She was later discharged that day.

    Suspecting foul play, detectives attached to Kawempe Police Station interacted with Keitesi on her hospital bed. Her statement looked uncoordinated. She has been detained as further investigations continue.

    Deputy Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire says Patricia and her boyfriend are suspected to have been murdered.

    “We have reserved the scene for further examination by officials from National Building Review Board, UMEME, and other stakeholders, to ascertain the exact cause of the fire. 

    Whereas the tenant had a gas cooker, it was in a store and it remained intact,” Owoyesigyire said. “We have however arrested Kaitesi Suzan on allegations of Murder as investigations continue.”



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    Aponye MD Harold Byamugisha Still Missing – Security



    Police are searching for the Managing Director of Aponye Uganda Limited who went missing on Sunday night.

    Harold Byamugisha is said to have left home on Sunday dressed casually, promising his wife that he was to return.

    “The wife says he left home in a yellow shirt and white shorts. She said he called her around 11pm and informed her that he could return home in 20 minutes. He didn’t return,” Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire told the media yesterday.

    Byamugisha’s family has also put up an announcement, promising a Shs5m reward to anyone who can help them find him.

    “He was last seen in Ntinda on Sunday…driving his motor vehicle, a Range Rover, white in colour number UBF 017D. This is to inform the general public that whoever has any idea of his whereabouts, please call us on 0775363017, 07770611435 or report to the nearest police station. A reward of Shs5m is available,” the notice reads in part.

    But while reports emerged Friday morning that he had been found, security sources say Byamugisha is yet to be found.

    “He called us yesterday and said he is okay. But the wife who reported the case hasn’t physically seen him,” a security source said.

    Owoyesigyire says Byamugisha is still missing.

    “To us, he is still missing,” he said. “So, we are still looking for him and he is not safe and sound like he said.”


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