The home of controversial cyber security expert Robert Shaka was on Thursday raided by security officers who arrested his private guard.
Shaka who was arrested, detained and charged in court in June 2015 over computer misuse linked to the anonymous Facebook account, Tom Voltaire Okwalinga, posted on Thursday that police is again looking for him.
“I am told two plain clothed police men and two in civilian clothes have been to my home today morning while am away looking for food for my family. That they want to arrest me,” part of the post on social media stated.
Shaka wondered why he is being hunted when he has no police sermon.
“I have no police sermon I have disobeyed. You want to search my home without a search warrant, when am not at home, a guard tells you it’s improper then you arrest him,” he wondered.
He stressed that he is not TVO who the security have looked for years and failed to get.
“For donkey years I have told every monkey in the forest that I am not TOM VOLTAIRE OKWALINGA (TVO) a crime every money launder has vended in Kampala when stressed financially.”
In 2015, police pointed out in the charge and caution statement administered, two reasons for Shaka’s arrest that included using computers and other electronic devices, issuing offensive communications against the sovereign state of Uganda, brought it into hatred and contempt and accordingly committing the offence of promotion of sectarianism contrary to section 41 of the Penal Code Act.
When contacted on phone, Police Spokesman, Asan Kasingye said he is not aware of the development.