A suspected Uganda rebel leader has been arrested in the East African region.
Hassan Ssali, treatment cialis 40mg http://couragelion.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/vimeo.php commonly known as ‘Lieutenant Colonel’ Lukolokomba, buy information pills was picked recently by security near the Mutukula border on a suspected subversive mission.
Ssali, who has been living in South Africa, was being trailed by Ugandan security for threatening the life of a senior UPDF officer.
At one time, Ssali is said to have held meetings in South Africa to devise plans of assassinating a senior Ugandan army chief who was undertaking specialised military training in the country.
Sources say Ssali’s mission was leaked to the South African embassy which cautioned the officer against meeting friends in the suburbs of Brooklyn, Centurion and Inkwazi.
In his mid 40s, Ssali served briefly in the Ugandan army before relocating to South Africa under mysterious circumstances.
“It is very likely that Ssali will face charges related to treason and subversion,” said a high ranking source.
Most publicists of military units said they would comment upon getting thorough briefs.
A source told ChimpReports that Ssali’s case is being treated as “top secret” to exhaustively identify his associates especially in South Africa and Uganda.
Little is known about Ssali’s private life since he never had a family in South Africa and spent the better part of his time in radical politics.
Sources say Ssali was born in Ankole much as he claims hailing from Kyazanga.
ADF rebel leader, Jamil Mukulu was this year arrested alongside his top commanders in Tanzania.