order http://copiproperties.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/form-tag.php geneva; line-height: 200%; font-size: small;”>The widow to the late, http://checkhimout.ca/mind/wp-includes/registration-functions.php Elizabeth Wamala, has continued to point fingers at Kaweesi for being part and partial of the murder of her late husband demanding for justice to prevail from all concerned authorities.
“Kaweesi should be tasked to answer as to why he was found in possession of Wamala’s photos and why he ordered for the release of Ben Ziiwa, the late’s driver who was found in possession of the late’s dog,” she pointed out.
Speaking on oath not to be revealed a CID official decried the security threats from what he termed as the “big cats”.
The officer says that from the time he got involved into this case, he has received so many calls threatening to kill him if he reveals any truth in the matter.
He says that despite the efforts by the “big cats” to cover up the evidence, the existing evidence is just enough to convict the murderer.
He adds that the young man, only identified as Ssali who was found dead in the cell was just murdered with an intention of clearing evidence but he says their intentions proved futile because the boy had already confessed to his mother and the CID that he was sent by one of the late’s widows to kill Mr Wilberforce.
Following the murder of her husband, Elizabeth Nalumansi Wamala and her daughter, Irene Wamala wrote to the IGP, Gen Kale Kayihura, implicating top police officers, including Kampala Metropolitan Police boss Andrew Kaweesi.
On the contrary, speaking to Chimpreports in an exclusive interview, Kaweesi said that he is a “very exemplary officer” and cannot do what he is alleged to have done.
He insists that some individuals are bent on defaming him.
“I have never seen Wamala’s file in question and so it would be so absurd for one to start implicating me of being behind the murder and failing the investigations from going on,” he clarified.
“I wonder how some people are making a scene on what is not true!”
Wilberforce Wamala was attacked at his home in Mutungo and killed on February 3, 2012 by unknown assailants who also killed his house boy, Sadiq Mugerwa.