By Our Reporter
The search for more evidence in the Gen. Tinyefuza saga has gone into second day. Twenty mean looking Ugandan cops continue to comb through piles of documents at the now sealed Red Pepper offices.
One of the officers at the scene was overheard saying they will be searching one computer per day and since Red Pepper owns over 80 computers, the search could last over three months.
Some of the mean looking cops were seen in a fracas with Red Pepper Director for Marketing and Digital Media Arinaitwe Rugyendo as they tried to stop him from recoding the events.
The top management is also looking on as the cops turn everything upside in a bid to further cripple the newspaper economically.
Many Ugandans in and abroad have condemned this wanton attack on press freedom in Uganda.
The Red Pepper this morning issued a statement condemning the siege and revealed that the motive is not to search for Tinye’s letter but to find ways of crippling the news paper that employees hundreds of Ugandans.
We will keep you informed