Jamilu Mukulu’s Men Netted Filming Nalufenya

Two people suspected to have been on a mission to plan for the rescue of the Allied Democratic forces rebel chief Jamilu Mukulu have been arrested by police guarding at Nalufenya special operations command center in Jinja  where Mukulu is being detained.

Jamil Mukulu (2nd L) arriving at Jinja-Nalufeena on Sunday
Jamil Mukulu (2nd L) arriving at Jinja-Nalufeena on Sunday

The two a male and a female with sophisticated photo filing machines were arrested on Friday last week while filming the tightly guarded and highly feared Nalufenya special operations command center near Jinja Nile Bridge along Jinja Kampala highway.

According to a highly placed security source, the male suspect only identified as Abudul Din Mohamed of Somali origin was found with Kenyan passport while the female suspect has only been identified as Zuraika.

A source added that the two with their cameras and a laptop boarded a Kenyan bound Modern bus and on reaching Nalufenya, they started taking photos of the facility.

A counter terrorism police officer on guard noticed.

The police trailed them and they were arrested in Lugazi on their way to Kampala.

It is further indicated that after police staged a road block and stopped Kenya-Kampala bound Modern bus, the two were picked and on checking them they were found with highly sophisticated gadgets for communication, high tech cameras and laptops where they were sending photos to unknown destination.

They were taken to Jinja road police station where they recorded statements and are a waiting to be transferred to Nalufenya for further interrogation.

Nalufenya police command center is one of the highly and tightly protected detention facilities in the country and it houses   deadly criminals and other high profile criminals where they are subjected to severe interrogation to reveal their activities.

Among the high profile suspects at the facility is Jamilu Mukulu the ADF rebel chief and his two accomplices Omar Mutuka and Mohamed Sebaduka who were recently extradited from Tanzania.

Security sources revealed that the two could have been on a mission to take photos of the facility and send them to those that would want to rescue Mukulu and his men.

“We cannot take this issue lightly because we have seen where in some countries the international criminals are arrested and all of the sudden their criminal gangs organize and rescue them,” a source told Red Pepper.

Fred Enanga the police spokesperson confirmed the arrest of the two and said that police is scrutinizing their gadgets.

“We are interested in knowing their motivation of taking photos of this highly protected place and to know the people they work with.”