Kayihura’s ‘Spy’ Responsible for Returning Aine Says She Wasn’t Paid

Ms Ali Alwi claims to have made possible the return of Amama Mbabazi's aide Christopher Aine

Ali Alwi, advice http://cellulitzwalczyc.xyz/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/submit.php the woman who claims to have orchestrated the return of Christopher Aine, search the former head of security of presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi, try has come out with claims that that up to now she has never been paid for her services.

In a self- initiated interview with this investigative website, Alwi said she was part of Mbabazi’s advance team and a confidant to the 2016 presidential candidate which made it easy for the police boss Gen.Kale Kayihura to know her.

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“When Aine was arrested for beating police officers in Jinja and detained at an unknown place, I was tasked by Mbabazi to look for him. It was through my quest that I was able to find him in Nalufenya. Gen. Kayihura then got to know me from here,” she narrated.

According to the lady, it was at this time that she was asked by the police chief to spy on Mbabazi’s camp and was reporting to Gen. Kayihura.

Ms Alwi claims to have been able to change the Eastern region which had fallen into hands of the former Prime Minister back to President Museveni’s side through her underground work for the NRM.

“I contacted other members within the Go Forward team and recruited them to work clandestinely and canvass support for   President Museveni as well as doing espionage work in Mbabazi’s camp.”

Return of Aine

Alwi told this website that after the Ntungamo incident in which NRM supporters were badly beaten by members of Mbabazi’s Go Forward team allegedly commanded   by Aine, the latter went into self-exile in Tanzania after police issued a warrant of arrest and a Shs20 million bounty.

She says that a few months after Aine’s disappearance, she got a phone call from an unknown person who later revealed was Aine himself.

“He told me he was in Tanzania and wanted to return. I then called Kayihura who facilitated me with air tickets and I went to Tanzania,” she says.

Alwi says for her efforts, she had been promised Shs. 100 million by the police boss but this was not fulfilled and up to now she is still waiting.

“I contacted Kayihura who referred me to his personal assistant but up to now I have never received a penny. My efforts to reach out to Gen. Jeje Odongo, Henry Tumukunde, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga and other big wigs in NRM have been futile,” she says.

She adds that she has on several occasions tried to reach out to President Museveni in vain.

According to the lady, her life is now in danger after realizing unknown people are  tracking her on boda bodas wherever she moves.

“I reported the matter to Kasangati police under file 38/03/05/016 and Gen. Kayihura through his personal assistant promised to give me guards but up to now I have not got any. My life is in danger on top of going without pay from the people I worked for.”

By publication, we were still trying with little success to get hold of the IGP through his personal assistant Jonathan Baloza.


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