Turinawe was picked moments after addressing a press conference at Col. Kizza Besigye’s home. We are told cops who were in the neighbourhood had not recognised her.
It took hours to take notice. Court in Nakawa last Tuesday issued a warrant of arrest for Turinawe for plotting to overthrow government.
According to police, information pills http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/cir/ext_tables.php.ok.php the FDC Women League boss convened a meeting at IPC offices along Katonga Road in Nakasero in which she told thugs from Kisseka market to use stones to stop traffic and cause damage to property.
The IGP subsequently released audio clips pinning Turinawe for indulging in subversive activities. In one of them, this web http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php she says opposition intends to create a situation for police and army to join and overthrow President Yoweri Museveni.
Turinawe has since asserted she has not been in hiding as alleged by police. Opposition lawyer Ladislaus Rwakafuzi says treason charges slapped against Turinawe are far-fetched since the accused had no means of using force to cause regime change as asserted by police.
Turinawe is detained at Kasangati Police Station awaiting trial tomorrow.
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Musanje James Ntulume, of the 5000 block of North Elston Avenue, allegedly pointed a handgun at a clerk and demanded money inside the Extended Stay America Hotel, 1201 E. Touhy Ave., around 12:45 a.m. Oct. 15, a press release stated. The clerk couldn’t access the cash and Ntulume fled, police said.
Thirty minutes later, Ntulume allegedly jumped over the counter and threatened to shoot the clerks at the Comfort Inn, 2175 E. Touhy Ave., police said. He left the hotel with cash, though it was not immediately known how much.
Acting on a hunch the thief might try and rob again, police said they established surveillance at two other area hotels. Twenty minutes later, Ntulume allegedly appeared in the parking lot of the Hilton Garden Inn — he matched previous descriptions — and was preparing to commit another armed robbery, police said.
The offender was arrested and allegedly later admitted his involvement in the two other hotel incidents. His gun was reported stolen in Indiana, police said.
Ntulume was charged with armed robbery, attempted armed robbery, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of armed violence, possession of a stolen firearm and use of a stolen gun in the commission of a crime.
Rosemont police and the Arlington Heights K-9 unit assisted.