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salve http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-includes/class-http.php "sans-serif"; font-size: small;”>They also intended to destroy government buildings. Sources say they were to act as top commanders of the today’s walk-to-work operations.
“They are dangerous men. Our research shows they are the biggest trouble makers in Kisseka,” said a detective.
They are set to be jailed after appearing in court a few hours from now.
“It was a terrorist mission. We shall get more information from them,” said a detective who is up-to-date regarding interrogations held last night. A source says some of those ‘arrested’ were promised cash and being released “if they cooperated.”
The suspected organisers of the plan are Matthew Walakira, Martin Mayanja, Mutesa Ziyadi, Hassan Kirunda, Alan Mutagubya and Shafik Sebandeke.
They were arrested alongside Besigye’s aide Sam Mugumya and Francis Mwijukye
A few days ago, army spokesman Lt. Col. Felix Kulayigye in an interview with our reporter said opposition leaders have for long planned to burn targeted buildings of NRM top shots and even kidnap members of their families.
The new revelation underpins army’s heavy deployment in and around the city.
In 2009, youth burnt buses and destroyed properties worth millions of shillings after Buganda King Ronald Mutebi was denied clearance to travel to Kayunga district for a cultural ceremony.