According to the Rwenzori West Police Spokesperson, Lydia Tumushabe, there are allegations that Little has been giving this liquid solution whose ingredients are unknown but include Chloride Dioxide, to unsuspecting victims in districts of Kabarole, Kasese and Kyenjojo.
Sam Little during interrogation at Fort Portal police station
Police in Fort Portal have arrested a British National, William
Sam Little, who has been promoting the use of Miracle Mineral Solution – MMS as
a cure for cancer, HIV/Aids, malaria and other illnesses.
According to the Rwenzori West Police Spokesperson, Lydia Tumushabe,
there are allegations that Little has been giving the liquid solution, to unsuspecting victims
in districts of Kabarole, Kasese and Kyenjojo. The
ingredients of the solution are unknown, however, it is said to include Chloride Dioxide
Tumushabe adds that Little was arrested on Wednesday from Kitembe
village in Karambi Sub County, Kabarole district with two Ugandans; Tadeo
Samula and Albert Samuel, all residents of Maguru in Fort Portal.
For the previous two weeks, British media has been awash with
reports that indicate how Little was in Uganda and promoting an illegal
solution as a cure. It was also indicated that the solution is dangerous and
that Little has no background in medicine.
While being interrogated at Fort Portal Police station, Little was
also found to be in possession of marijuana and other concoctions of solutions
that he said are for making MMS.
However, when the Kabarole District Officer in Charge of Criminal
Investigations, Godliver Twinomugisha, asked him about the source of Marijuana,
he told her that he had picked it from Pavilion Bar in Fort Portal town but didn’t
Police also retrieved bird feathers and pieces of clothes form
Little insisted that whatever he is doing in Uganda is charity and
is on a mission to purify Ugandan water so that it can start healing people of
He also said that he is building an orphanage in Gweri Parish in
Karambi Sub County though he could not tell who had authorized him and also
failed to produce the plan for the orphanage. Tumushabe says that police
have already launched investigations into Little’s project.
“We strongly appeal to the General Public and in particular the
Christian Community to be careful and report and report any suspicious
activities in line with above and urge the victims to come up and assist police
in investigations,” reads part of the press release by Tumushabe on the matter.
Bureau Chief, Rwenzori Region