Museveni Ordered Me To Keep In My House: Minister Nantaba Defies Police Summons On Ssebulime Shooting

Museveni Ordered Me To Keep In My House: Minister Nantaba Defies Police Summons On Ssebulime Shooting

By Andrew Irumba

State Minister for ICT Idah Nantaba Erios has defied summons by Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police where she was expected for an interview and statement recording in regards to circumstances of the alleged suspected attack on her life on Sunday 24th that resulted into shooting of Ronald Ssebulime, whom police have now regretted for having killed in cold blood.

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TheSpy Uganda can has chanced on police summons dated 28th March Vide Nagalama CRB 178/2019 & CID HQTRS GEF 267/2019, where the flamboyant minister Nantaba was expected to take through police detectives on what happened that day and why she thinks her life was in danger.

However, in her reply to police, Nantaba has told the detectives not to expect her at CID Kibuli HQTRS on D-day, because she has stern instruction from the president to remain in the confines and comfort of her house until he, himself advises otherwise.

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Nantaba also ‘advised’ the police detectives to instead find her home if they wanted to take a statement from her as opposed to her moving to CID.

“Note however, that am unable to report in person having been directed by His Excellency the President to confine within my premises until he himself instructs otherwise. In such circumstances, lam constrained to travel to Kibuli CID Headquarters as you requested. But you may in the meantime consider visiting my premises to record the required statement,” read part of the statement issued on March 29 2019.

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On Sunday, while returning to Kampala from Ndeeba village in Kayunga, minister Nantaba reportedly became suspicious of men who were allegedly trailing her on the motorbike and drove to Nagalama Police station which in response shot dead a one Ronald Ssebulime.

According to eye witnesses, Ssebulime did not resist arrest neither was he armed. This has generated public debate with people questioning the source of orders that led to the shooting of the suspect who had already been handcuffed.

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