By Andrew Visper firstname.lastname@example.org
It has been a tag of war at the city square today morning when central police station (CPS) field force unit team commanded by CPS FFU commander ASP Daniel Ombolo while trying to arrest the Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi’s Former Head Of Security Christopher Aine who was blocked the Kampala Road while raising his personal issues against the Government.
Aine who was with a team 3 people blocked the road for over 45 minutes with no any means of transport been allowed to pass in that junction around Mabirizi plaza either crossing to down town, Jinja Road, Wandegeya and Nakasero all those was block in there.
With no any single minute to loose, Aine started addressing the public how bad this Government of president Museveni are as they used him like toilet paper and later dumped him without any grant of money given to him only the president decide to promise him and later gave positions to lower people who are never worked for this Government.
“How can president Museveni start pointing DJ Michael, Kusasira, buchaman and left the very people worked for this country, we can agree that and we tired promising things that never comes on our plates” Said Aine
After all a team if unknown commander came in and talk to him peaceful after beat off security and fear to take him away and agree to go to CPS to cover up his issues with Gen Sale Musale who he has been mentioning to be behind if his torture
Meanwhile Our efforts to speak to the Kampala police Spokesperson Mr. Luka Owesigire failed after his was off. Officer from police who asked to hide his name told this web site www.pressug.com that they can’t say anything because they don’t know who send Aine to do that since he attached to big office.
Aine disappeared on December 17, 2015, after he was involved in election violence incident involving National Resistance Movement and Go-Forward supporters in Ntungamo.
He claimed on TV that he run to Tanzania, and returned “ to clear out the bad air he left behind.”
He said he surrendered in the hope that he will get a fair trial and freedom to continue with his business, and relations. That is the reason, he said, that he sought the support of General Salim Saleh.
However on April 9, 2016 the came out and say they will not give out the shillings 20 million bounty they had put on the head of then fugitive Christopher Aine because he handed himself in.
“His voluntary return is a legal obligation which he has fulfilled,” Fred Enanga, the Public Relations Officer at Uganda Police told journalists today. Aine appeared next to Gen Salim Saleh on NTV 7pm news yesterday, saying he had handed himself in.
Enanga applauded Aine for helping dismiss “cheap propaganda claiming that he was in police custody”. He said others insinuated that he was killed by Police, after an image of a dead body circulated in the media that was said to be Aine’s.
Enanga confirmed that the shillings 20million bounty will not be rewarded to anyone since the conditions weren’t met especially with the suspect handing himself in.