By Spy Uganda
Matters revolving around the death of Ritah Nabukenya, a People Power pressure group member who was allegedly knocked dead by a police patrol truck on Monday behind Nakawa market, on her way to court, has taken a strange twist.
Whereas People Power supporters contend that Nabukenya was deliberately knocked dead by a police driver, the police assert that she instead fell off a boda-boda and died due to injuries she sustained after the motorcycle she was travelling on was knocked by another motorcycle.
But information gathered so far indicates that Kyeyune was shot dead as he cheered Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.
But while commenting about the saga, Assistant Inspector General of Police Asan Kasingye has Thursday blasted Bobi Wine for allegedly spreading falsehoods regarding the death of a one Ritah Nabukenya.
On Monday, Bobi Wine took to his social media to announce the death of Ritah whom he claimed had been knocked dead by a speeding police truck.
“Very sad day! Yet again, a leader of the People Power Movement has been murdered by the Museveni regime,” Bobi Wine tweeted.
Adding that “Police officers in a patrol vehicle saw comrade Rita Nabukenya donning our attire, drove after her and knocked her dead in broad daylight. We must end this regime of blood.”
However, Kasingye has since trashed Bobi’s statements as lies.
“Let them wait for the CCTV clip showing the two motorcycles knock each other, a passenger falling off and a nearby Police van helping to rush her to Mulago. Their lies will dry up.” Kasigye said.
He suggests that Bobi and his People Power Movement are always making up lies to paint the police in a bad light. “Remember, the motor accident of a musician at Kalerwe? “tape measure” saga? This is another!”