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He further noted that Tinyefuza crossed the redline by alleging that a plot had been hatched to eliminate those opposed to the idea of Brig Muhoozi Kainerugaba succeeding his father as Uganda’s next President.
Rwomushana was surprised that such controversial statements were “not from Dr Olara Otunnu, Kizza Besigye and Norbert Mao but Gen Tinyefuza.”
He added: “That is a red line Tinyefuza crossed. Is there a third but clever force setting all this to build a case for war?”
Rwomushana noted that “You rarely see a smile on those that have been central in intelligence service.”
He said for the situation to relax, there was need for Museveni to loosen up on fired NRM rebel MPs, “reengage the Kabaka of Buganda into dialogue and carry out a deeper study on the trend of events more especially why people are murdered in such a vicious way.”
Gen Tinyefuza remarks have angered the UPDF leadership, with Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) Gen Aronda Nyakairima blasting the embattled General for speaking without authority from the latter.
Information Minister Mary Karooro Okurut has hinted on a possible prosecution of the General at the Military Court Martial for a charge of spreading harmful propaganda that attracts a life imprisonment or death sentence.
Tinyefuza is still holed up in London, UK.
He had promised to return last Saturday only to postpone the trip at the last minute following security deployments at Entebbe Airport.