President Museveni Set To Address Country On Saturday

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By  Spy Uganda

Kampala: President Yoweri Museveni will address the country tomorrow Saturday, February 13, 2021.

This has been confirmed by Senior Presidential Press Secretary Don Wanyama saying the President will address security and related issues at 8pm.

“NOTICE: Kaguta Museveni will address the country tomorrow, Saturday, on security and related issues. Time: 8pm. Live on all radios and TVs,”  Don Wanyama posted on Twitter

Several sections of the media have been reporting kidnap cases of several people during and after elections with the most being kidnapped in a security car commonly known as the

Last week, the minister of Internal affairs Gen Jeje Odongo was summoned to parliament to explain circumstances under which the alleged kidnaps are  being carried out under the  watch of securing organs.

While appearing before  parliament, Jeje Odongo noted that they were still investigating the whereabouts of 31 out of 44 kidnap cases reported so far.

The minister said that seven people who were reported kidnapped had been arrested,charged and released on bail while the other four including Lumu Ronald, Kabaale Beard, Muganura Ronald and Shafik were arrested for aiding and abetting terrorism.

However, Bobi Wine has said that 3,000 of his followers are missing, either in jail or unaccounted for after alleged abductions by security forces.

In the same vein, the opposition Forum for Democratic change demanded for a list of the security operatives that government claims to have arrested for kidnapping many Ugandans.

The FDC deputy spokesperson John Kikonyogo told journalists in Kampala on Monday, 08 February 2021 that the soldiers should also be brought to court as well as the kidnapped civilians.

He expressed concern over lack of coordination within the security circles, which he said has brought untold suffering to many Ugandans.

Throughout the parliamentary and presidential campaigns, NUP candidates and coordinators repeatedly complained about the kidnap and brutalization of their supporters whom they say up to now have never resurfaced. an accessible web community an accessible web community

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