Kakande’s Deputy Released On Police Bond
By Serestino Tusingwire
Pastor Johnson Muwanguzi, a deputy to Pastor Kakande of Synagogue Church of All Nations has been released on police bond after weeks of detention at Special Investigations Unit (SIU), in Kireka over illegal possession of guns.
Muwanguzi was found with two illegal guns and 87 bullets which he claimed belonged to his boss (Kakande), a claim that his boss refuted.
According to the police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi, Pastor Muwanguzi was given bond as police proceeds with the investigations.
“Pastor Muwanguzi was released on bond since it is his constitutional right. However, we are proceeding with our investigations to establish the exact owner,” Kaweesi said.
Kaweesi told journalists last week that the procurement and registration documents show the guns belong to Pastor Muwanguzi who has since failed to explain how guns belonging to Pastor Kakande were purchased and registered in his name.
Muwanguzi’s arrest came after an Asian man identified as Patel Kurash was found with a pistol and nine bullets which he would use to threaten civilians, and during interrogations, he mentioned Muwanguzi prompting the police to go to his home in Bukoto, where they recovered the two guns and 87 bullets.