Kevin Ssendegeya, the chairman of Security Boda-Boda Stage at Total corner, says that there is a group known as Nato, which they reported to the police but nothing was done. Ssendegeya alleges that policemen instead revealed their names to the criminals.
Ismail Bukenya Musisi, the LC I chairperson of Kikulu zone told Uganda Radio Network-URN that trouble for the two security officers started around 10:00 pm when they ordered a retail shop belonging to one Musisi and a chapati stall belonging to another resident only identified as Kato to close because it was long past curfew time.
Okello Oryem, the Foreign Affairs State Minister, confirmed to URN Lumbuye's deportation. He, however, denied claims that he was taken to the Turkish Embassy, saying that it wasn’t necessary since he was formally handed over to the government before deportation.
Saddam says that the officers told him that his father, Yiga uses his mobile telephone. According to Saddam, after receiving a few slaps and kicks, he succumbed and directed the armed men where his father was and he too was arrested.
Our reporter visited the Turkish embassy where he saw the heavy presence of officers from the Police Field Force-FFU, military and Local Defense Units. The officers had also deployed in other parts of Kololo backed with armoured and patrol vehicles.