Crime & Investigation

Ex ISO Spy Arrested Over Rape, Forging Museveni’s Signature

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page geneva; font-size: small;”>Police records show Dusabbe is being investigated for coercing Tina (not real name) into sex at a Margaret Guest House in Namugongo, a Kampala suburb in October.

It’s said Dusabbe promised to facilitate the processing of the victim’s travel documents for her Dubai trip before forcing her into a sexual act.

“After raping me, he threatened to kill me if I opened up,” Tina said in a statement before a rape case file registration number CRB2425/12 was opened up.

The victim was found unconscious, lying on the bed with torn pants after the gruesome incident.

The exhibits of torn pants and blood-soaked bed sheets were received by Kiira Division Police to help in investigations, according to impeccable police sources.

Since October, it is alleged, detectives have been “struggling” to locate and arrest Dusabbe until Thursday when they were tipped on his hideout.

In his statement at Central Police Station, Dusabbe claims to have left ISO in 2007 after several disciplinary actions and heavy punishments over his unbecoming behavior.

He later started his own company, ITL Labour, to recruit Ugandan youth for jobs (export commercial labour) in Europe and Dubai.

Dusabbe was arrested with fake documents from State House signed by President Yoweri Museveni directing him to spy and investigate on people that cause unrest around Kampala Metropolitan Area and report them to Okello house.

According to Kampala Metropolitan Police publicist, Ibin Ssenkumbi, Dusabbe is detained at CPS cells.

“He will be produced in court next week to answer the charges on rape and impersonation,” said Ssenkumbi.

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