Heavily armed members of the Uganda Police who on Monday morning surrounded the offices of The Mighty Red Pepper in Namanve and Nation Media in Namuwongo which houses the Daily Monitor, a local news paper over the General Sejjusa saga still hold the premises under siege.
The Daily Monitor published a controversial letter written by maverick General David Sejusa better known as Tinyefuza.
Red Pepper and Daily Monitor employees are not allowed to leave the premises and no one is allowed in and as you read this business at the Red Pepper offices has been halted.
Police has sealed off the premise and yellow tapes that dot a crime scene can be seen around the perimeter wall of the Red Pepper offices in Namanve.
Our usual reliable intelligence information tells us that the Red Pepper siege by Uganda Police and a host of other operatives will last for two weeks.
Meanwhile, local radio stations, KFM, Dembe Fm, all belonging to the Nation Media group have been switched off.