INSIDE STORY: Special Forces Boss Col. Muhoozi Held Hostage

Special Forces Commander Col. Muhoozi Keinerugaba is being chauffeured in a military convoy of five armoured vehicles along Entebbe Road. Security for all military bosses has of recent been upped considering the escalating terror threats.

The convoy is driving at a terrific speed from Kampala to State House, order Entebbe.

Muhoozi is heading for a high level security meeting with his father President Yoweri Museveni.

State House insiders say Muhoozi intends to discuss security preparations for the arrival of Chinese Defence Minister Gen Liang.

As Muhoozi’s convoy approaches Nkumba University, prostate his guards sense trouble. The Special Forces Group (SFG) base is located a few kilometres away from Nkumba. It’s directly opposite the Guard of Honour (main gate) of State House.

Muhoozi guards are suspicious of a possible security threat. A few yards away, Nkumba students are rioting at Pal Club following the death of a student identified as John Ofwono. The rowdy, drunk student has a few minutes ago been killed by a speeding vehicle along the Entebbe High Way.

Muhoozi guards then storm the club, which was the breeding ground of violence, and order the DJ to halt the music.

Rowdy students rise up in arms, with some threatening to attack the Special Forces.

The guards choose to apply the carrot and stick policy, thus forcing the DJ to turn off the lights and music.

This infuriates the blood-thirsty students. As the situation worsens, SFG boys fire rounds of ammunition in the air to disperse the crowd.

Nkumba students take cover with some pelting stones at the convoy. Another squad of SFG is dispatched from the base to quell the riot.

In less than ten minutes, Nkumba area turns into a battle field. However, the students are defeated and chased back to their places of residence and Club closed for the better part of the night.

After 25 minutes, Muhoozi is safely led to his father’s residence!


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