The Uganda Police has issued a lookout notice against presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s missing head of security team.
While delivering the New Year message at Nagulu police headquarters, the Inspector General of Police General Kale Kaihura said the police had made progresses in the investigations towards the Ntungamo saga though some suspects have not been arrested.
“We have made substantial progress in the investigation of Ntungamo incidents to establish what happened, what caused it to happen, and who is criminally responsible for the orgy of beatings that the country and the world saw on television sets. Some suspects have been apprehended, charged in court, and remanded in prison,” Gen. Kayihura said.
He added; “But others (in fact key suspects) are still on the run. In particular, one Christopher Aine, (who is the ring leader of the so-called “security detail” of Hon Mbabazi), is not yet apprehended, as he is still on the run or in hiding.”
According to police account, Aine Christopher allegedly went missing after the December 13 incident in Ntungamo where the NRM supporters clashed with the Go Forward supporters leading to about 20 injured. But according to The
However, Go Forward spokesperson Josephine Mayanja-Nkangi recently said Aine was picked up by the Police’s Flying Squad in Kyanja, a Kampala surburb on December 17th.
Kayihura said police will give 20 million shillings to whoever has information regarding Aine’s whereabouts.
“Police has issued notice to the public appealing for any information as to his whereabouts so that we apprehend him to answer charges relating to the incidents of beatings in Ntungamo district,” Gen. Kayihura said.
“We have put a reward of Shs 20 million for anyone who can help Police with information leading to his arrest and prosecution,” he added.