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MUK official traumatised, say Police

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th January 2009 03:00 AM

THE Police are not connected to problems between Makerere University legal adviser Goddy Muhumuza and his wife, Florence Kembabazi, a Parliament committee heard yesterday.

THE Police are not connected to problems between Makerere University legal adviser Goddy Muhumuza and his wife, Florence Kembabazi, a Parliament committee heard yesterday.

By Joyce Namutebi

THE Police are not connected to problems between Makerere University legal adviser Goddy Muhumuza and his wife, Florence Kembabazi, a Parliament committee heard yesterday.

“What you are handling is a case of a triangle of passion,” the commissioner of Police for community affairs, Asan Kasingye, told the committee probing alleged Police brutality.

The committee invited Kasingye to brief members on his experience during his interface with Muhumuza, who last year testified that the Police apprehended him and took him to Butabika Hospital alleging that he was mad.

He accused his wife of conniving with police officers Godfrey Bangirana and Grace Turyagumanawe to kidnap him with intent to kill. Kasingye said he came to know Muhumuza in 1995.

He said there had been a long-running misunderstanding between Muhumuza and his family.

“He is going through a traumatic experience,” said Kasingye.
On the allegations of madness, Kasingye said both Muhumuza and Kembabazi have been making outrageous allegations and reporting each other to every office that matters.

He said Muhumuza persistently frequented his office alleging that his brother, only identified as Ben, wanted to kill him.

“He made a lot of allegations,” Kasingye said.

He said Kembabazi accused Muhumuza of being a rebel collaborator. This was found to be false after investigations, he noted.

On allegations that the Police harassed Muhumuza, Kasingye replied: “The family can allege anything.”

He said it reached a point where he became “immune” to the allegations.
On whether Muhumuza should continue to be armed, he said he was being armed because he had fulfiled the conditions.

Kasingye said at one time he received a file from his boss, Francis Rwego, who asked him to minute that Muhumuza should be given back his gun.

MUK official traumatised, say Police

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