SPECIAL Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs, Maj. Kakooza Mutale, has denied that he was doing Police work and criticised MPs
By John Odyek
SPECIAL Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs, Maj. Kakooza Mutale, has denied that he was doing Police work and criticised MPs for not distinguishing between fact and fiction.
Mutale was on Friday responding to the Minister in-charge of the Presidency, Gilbert Bukenyaâ€™s statement in Parliament that he fabricated information that ministers, Sam Kutesa, Kahinda Otafiire and Army MP, Maj. Gen. Salim Saleh, were interfering with justice by causing the release of suspects.
â€œAm I a permanent volunteer to do work for others? Do I look like someone who has no work?â€ Mutale asked.
He wondered if he should look on when terrorist bombs go off as the Police were being called in.
Mutale said he did not have the capacity to substantiate his allegations in Parliament because MPs had the privilege of speech. Bukenya told Parliament that Mutaleâ€™s allegations were false.
Mutale denies Bukenya claims