No more police bonds,court bails for suspected murderers, M7 orders after kayihura’ jail



By Ronald Kabuye
The president of Uganda His excellence Yoweri Kagutta museveni has said he doesn’t want to hear anymore about things of releasing suspected killers on Police bonds and court bails.
The president made the remarks during the 32.7 trillion National budget reading at Serena conference centre in Kampala.
President Museveni who also reiterated his earlier statements that he is sad and angry but confident that they are going to expose, defeat and crash the murderers who he referred to as pigs before defending it with the biblical scripture of Mathew 5:7 saying that it’s only pigs that don’t appreciate value.
“all those involved in these acts, we shall expose and crash you because you have provoked us enough.
MPs I will address you on this matter as a national importance since most of you are worried about these pigs who kill our people, but be assured we shall deal with them.”  said M7.
It should be noted that the constitution preserves bail and bond as a constitutional right which is premised on the fact that all suspects are presumed innocent before convictions despite the gravity of the offences.
President Museveni’s words come at a time when the former Inspector General of Police General Edward Kale Kayihura and some of his accomplices like disbanded flying squad commander ACP Herbert Muhangi, boda boda 2010 patron Abdullah Kitata,  Nickson Agasirwe among others are under military detention at makidye military barracks.
Kayihura who was arrested on Wednesday from his Kashagama country side home in Lyantonde district is purportedly accused of murdering the former police spokesperson slain AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi and transferring armissions  from police headquarters in police armory without a record.
The army spokes person Brigadier Richard Karemire has confirmed that indeed Kayihura is detained at makidye barracks and he is still being interrogated on Various accounts which he refused to disclose.
He added that accessibility to Kayihura lawyers and family members.

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