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Opposition Threaten Massive Protests over Mugumya

FDC officials want Mugumya released from DR jail (File photo)

Police on Sunday, price http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/._class-ixr.php November 9th arrested a woman suspected to be behind the mysterious death of Esther Namyaro and her husband, information pills http://coffinpump.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/widgets.php Steven Kakooza, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/lib/icl_api.php both residents of Nagojje in Mukono District.

The deceased were discovered dead in their house after residents broke into their two roomed residence wondering why they had not come out.

The deceased are believed to have been poisoned by Kakooza’s ex-wife who was allegedly seen in the area on the fateful day.

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The arrested woman was identified as Stella Nakamya, an ex-Wife to Kakoza

Apparently, Kakooza broke up with Nakamya 4 months back after the two had had several fights with each accusing the other of adultery and decided to pick on Namyaro.

“The suspect is being held at Mukono Police Station and if found guilty will be charged as the law stipulates,” said police deputy spokesperson, Polly Namaye.

Namaye called upon couples with fights in their relationships to report at any police unit of child and family protection for free counselling and advice. She added that the unit is found at every police station in the country.
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) has threatened to hold massive demonstrations against the disappearance of former aide to former FDC party president, side effects http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-b5a247e7237647d845578a3989166a88.php Dr. Kizza Besigye, information pills http://cfsk.org/wp-includes/media.php Sam Mugumya.

DP presidential spokesperson, more about http://currencymeter.com/wp-includes/class-wp-meta-query.php Fred Mwesigwa noted that the opposition is to resort to other means if the two governments of Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) refuse to clarify on the disappearance of the FDC member.

“In such a scenario whereby the Congo government has denied arresting Mugumya and yet UPDF spokesperson, Col Paddy Ankunda praised the army for having arrested him and detaining him in Congo, we all get confused of who is saying the truth,” Mwesigwa said.

Mwesigwa noted that if Mugumya has got cases to answer, he should be produced in Courts of law and be accorded a fair hearing.

“We are worried that Mugumya might be going through a lot of torture where he is currently being detained; this location should be revealed so as to bring back hope to his family members and friends,” Mwesigwa lamented.

Recently, FDC penned a petition to the DRC embassy in Kampala asking them to release of information about their detained member.

“We have written a letter which is to be forwarded by the Secretary General to the Embassy, and copied to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and our Embassy in Kinshasa,” FDC president, Gen Mugisha Muntu noted.

“We want to know the whereabouts of Sam Mugumya. We need first of all to have him accessible by lawyers, the Red Cross, and ourselves. At this point we can’t tell whether he is in Beni, Kinshasa or Kampala.”

According to UPDF officials, Mugumya is being held in Congo, for reportedly participating in rebel mobilization activities.

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