Zaake had risen on the floor seeking a resolution of the House pertaining to the abduction of a former presidential candidate, Joseph Kabuleta, and Sheikh Ramadhan Mwanja, the Deputy Amir of Jamatil Dawatil Salafiya Tablique Community on Monday. The two were picked up separately by plain-clothed security personnel driving in omnibuses popularly known as drones.
According to the Police statement, Kabuleta was summoned to respond to allegations that he and others still at large, made utterances that were likely to create disaffection and promote feelings of ill will or hostility among members of the public.
In a longwinded case that goes back one year ago, Babalanda purchased a family home at 650 million in a deal that has now been labelled as dubious and illegal. The land in question was registered in the name of Verida Kajungu Degeya, a widow to Fredrik Degeya and her only daughter Florence Namubiru.
The party spokesperson, Moses Matovu told URN that the plain-clothed men pulled up the gate in a black drone. Two of the suspected security operatives entered the gate and grabbed Kabuleta from his office while three others stayed in the drone.
Siraji Kifampa, the Spokesperson of Jamatil Salafiya Tablique Muslim community, says that the gunmen intercepted Sheikh Mwanje shortly after stepping out of Nakasero Mosque around 8:30 am on Monday morning.
Speaking during a stakeholders’ dialogue on Tuesday, Joseph Byomuhangyi, the Projects Coordinator at UCCA observed that out of their interactions with the different communities in Kalungu, they established that the leaders are much more inclined to protect the interests of the investors and businessmen over the inherent rights of the residents.
According to Dr. George Lugalambi, the ACME Executive Director anyone including corporate entities who care about the development of the country should be interested in the development of quality and professional journalism where quality stories including those that hold different authorities accountable are told.
Oscar Greg Ageca, the East Kyoga Police Spokesperson identifies one of the suspects as 23-year-old Samuel Esuri while his colleague is a teenager whose identity has been withheld because he is a minor.
The Museums and Monuments Bill was the fourth to be rejected by the President. Other Bills included the Parliament Pension Amendment Bill, Public Health Amendment Bill, Fisheries and Aquaculture Bill, and the Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill.