Karamagi Dismisses Police Claims That He Visited Rwomushana

Andrew Karamagi has refuted police claims that he was allowed to see former Political Intelligence Unit boss Charles Rwomushana while in detention at Special Investigations Division, Kireka.

Andrew Karamagi
Andrew Karamagi

In a press statement on Monday evening, spokesperson Polly Namaye said Karamagi was allowed to access Rwomushana at 5:00pm. “The Police would like to re-assure the public that Mr. Andrew Karamagi and his team has today (Monday) at 05:00pm returned and visited Mr. Rwomushana Charles at S.I.D at Kireka without any hindrance.”

However, Karamagi yesterday said that at 5:00pm on Monday, he has at the BBC studios, located in central Kampala.

“I don’t possess any abilities that enable me to teleport and thereby be present in two places at ago…so, unless I  have an identical twin brother  or a clone I don’t know about…or unless I was sedated and transported to SIU Kireka yesterday (Monday). I would like to state in no uncertain terms that I did not appear anywhere near, in, or around SIU Kireka and as a matter of fact did not see Rwomushana yesterday,” he said in a social media post.

He added; “How could I possibly appear in Kireka at the same time be taking part in a show at the BBC studios (located in central Kampala)? Because this where I was at the said material time.”

Rwomushana was arrested on Friday last week after an invitation to Special Investigations Division to assist in providing information in respect to a photo he posted on Facebook purported to be Aine’s dead body, the missing Amama Mbabazi head of security. He was released yesterday but put under house arrest.

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