BREAKING, BREAKING NEWS: RWENZURURU KINGDOM PM BEING HELD AT BUSHENYI POLICE FOR NOW 6 DAYS
RWENZURURU CABINET BY WILBER MUHWEZI
The Rwenzuru prime minister who was arrested last week is being held at Bushenyi police station for now six days under tight security and secretly. This is according to a credible source at Bushenyi police station.
John Thembo Kithumbire was brought to Bushenyi police station on Dec. 15, 2016 secretly by police and since then he is still there.
The Greater Bushenyi police publist Martial Tumusiime kept tight lipped when asked about Bushenyi police station holding prime minister of the troubled kingdom of Rwenzururu.
www.mknewslink.com editor last night spoke to the 2ND division commander Brig. Peter Elwelu on phone and said that the arrest of Rwenzururu PM was done by police and I should contact either AIGP Felix Kawesa or operation commander Asuman Mugyenyi.
“I even don’t know where he is being held up to now, he was arrested by police not the army [us]. Please contact Mugyenyi or Kaweesa” Brig Elwelu told www.mknewslink.com news website last night Dec. 20, 2016.
When this editor tried to reach out to AIGP Kawasa who is the Uganda police spokesperson, his official phone was off since last night up today morning.
The police officers at Bushenyi police station were all warned according to my credible source not to say anything about the arrest and the detention of the prime minister at the station.
The source added one a Mukonjo police constable spoke to PM kithumbire but an order came from Kampala and was arrested and kept in cells for two days and released, warned never to speak to his PM or say anything about him.
On Nov. 27, 2016, The Rwenzururu palace was burnt by the UPDF and on top of that arrested king Charles Mumbere and subsequently charged him murder, terrorism among other capital offences and is being held in government prison in Jinja.
About 200 people lost their lives majority royal guards of the king Mumbere. About 160 appeared in court in Jinja and are still being held there.
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