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Kyambadde: Kinalwa Saved Me from Obote Men



The hearing of a case in which 6 former aides of self-exiled former spymaster, online http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/shortcodes.php Gen. David Ssejusa are accused of trying to overthrow the legitimate Government of Uganda has proceeded at the Makindye-based General Court Martial in Kampala on Wednesday evening.

In his testimony, sildenafil http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-taxonomy-endpoint.php Katwe Police Division CIID Officer Emmanuel Ayebare told court that he was contacted by the Deputy CIID Director Geoffrey Musana on May, adiposity 7, 2013 to travel to Kira Division police where he would record a charge and caution statement from a suspect who had been arrested.

According to Ayebare, this type of statement is recorded from suspects of capital offences or where the suspect is believed to be confessing.

“It was a friendly interaction between Pte. Frank Ninsiima and myself after identifying myself to him and reading the charges against him as being treason,” he said.

“We were only 2 in the room with one table and 2 seats where he intimated to me that he was an orphan and that he was not happy with the way he had left the forces,” the 48 year old detective continued.

Ayebare told the Court Martial led by Maj.Gen Levi Karuhanga that Pte. Ninsiima  in his statement told him that he deserted the army in 2003 and on orders of Sejusa contacted a one Nayebare in order to recruit in and out of service for activities he had not been told.

The detective denied use of any other methods in getting information from the suspect and stressed that Pte. Ninsiima spoke to him freely in his mother Runyankole dialect.

In the cross examination, the accused’s lawyers led by Ladislaus Rwakafuzi accused the detective of concocting the said statement stressing that it was not Ninsiima who had recorded it.

According to Rwakafuzi, the detective had harassed the suspect and forced him to sign the statement which the lawyer said was an act of unprofessionalism by police.

Maj. Gen Levi Karuhanga, the court Chairman has adjourned the case to November 19, for further hearing.

Prosecution alleges that the quartet including L/CPL Grace Nasasira,L/CPL Geofrey  Byaruhanga, Pte. Frank Ninsiima, James Nayebare, Moses Nuwagaba, Abel Twinamatsiko and others still at large on or around the months of March and May 2013 aided, abetted, counseled or procured to recruit soldiers from SFC into subversive activities intended to overthrow the legitimate Government of Uganda.”
The hearing of a case in which 6 former aides to self-exiled former spymaster, viagra order http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_categories/helpers/html/categoriesadministrator.php Gen. David Ssejusa are accused of trying to overthrow the legitimate Government of Uganda has proceeded at the Makindye based General Court Martial in Kampala on Wednesday evening.

In his testimony, pill http://cleverlink.com.au/components/com_k2/templates/profile.php Katwe Police Division CIID Officer Emmanuel Ayebare told court that he was contacted by the Deputy CIID Director Geoffrey Musana on May, 7, 2013 who asked him to proceed to Kira Division police where he would record a charge and caution statement from a suspect who had been arrested.

According to Ayebare, this type of statement is recorded from suspects of capital offences or where the suspect is believed to be confessing.

“It was a friendly interaction between Pte. Frank Ninsiima and myself after identifying myself to him and reading the charges against him as being treason,” he said.

“We were only 2 in the room with one table and 2 seats where he intimated to me that he was an orphan and that he was not happy with the way he had left the forces,” the 48 year old detective continued.

Ayebare earlier told the Court Martial led by Maj. Gen Levi Karuhanga that Pte. Ninsiima  in his statement had told him that he had deserted the army in 2003 and on orders of the self-exiled former spymaster contacted a one, Nayebare in order to recruit for activities he had not been told.

The detective however denied use of any other methods in getting information from the suspect and stressed that Pte. Ninsiima spoke to him freely in his mother Runyankole dialect.

In the cross examination, the accused’s lawyers led by Ladislaus Rwakafuzi accused the detective of concocting the said statement stressing that it was not Ninsiima who had recorded it.

According to Rwakafuzi, the detective had harassed the suspect and forced him to sign the statement which the lawyer said was an act of unprofessionalism by police.

Maj. Gen Levi Karuhanga, the court Chairman has adjourned the case to November 19, for further hearing.

Prosecution alleges that the quartet including L/CPL Grace Nasasira,L/CPL Geofrey  Byaruhanga, Pte. Frank Ninsiima, James Nayebare, Moses Nuwagaba, Abel Twinamatsiko and others still at large on or around the months of March and May 2013 aided, abetted, counseled or procured to recruit soldiers from SFC into subversive activities intended to overthrow the legitimate Government of Uganda.”
It was a sorrowful moment as mourners gathered yesterday at the home of former Permanent Secretary and State House Controller, capsule http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-includes/theme-compat/sidebar.php Thecla Nalunkuuma Kinalwa, cheap 69, at a ceremony where she was laid to rest in Najjera, Wakiso.

The Minister of Trade and Cooperatives, Amelia Kyambadde described Kinalwa as a woman of substance who encouraged hard work and responsibility.

“I feel cheated by Kinalwa’s untimely death, because as a friend and a work mate in the 1970s and 80s, Kinalwa offered to cover me up when I was being hunted by the then President Milton Obote’s men,” Kyambadde lamented.

“After Yoweri Museveni went to the bush, all that were working in his office including myself were arrested but Kinalwa hid me for a couple of months and later advised me to fly out of the country for the sake of my safety.”

Henry Kiberu, the head teacher, Forest Hill College which was started by the late Kinalwa told mourners that the late was so principled and always wished everyone to work perfectly beyond the set targets.

“She’s a person who would give detailed instructions and whoever would best deal with her, had to first understand and accept that,” Kiberu added.

“Kinalwa was so principled that she had even called for an invoice from Uganda Funeral Services so as to pay for her own burial expenses but this didn’t come to pass because she died before she could cash the invoice,” another mourner was heard commenting.

A medical examination showed that Kinalwa had accumulated excessive steroids in the shoulders, face and the skin which the expert explained as a result of foreign steroids in the body.

Born in 1945 at Bbongole Mitala Maria in Mpigi district to Petero Basazemajja and Veronica Namakula, Kinalwa went to Mitala Maria Primary School before joining Trinity College Nabbingo in 1960-63 and later St. Mary’s College, Namagunga for her O and A levels.

Kinalwa graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and History in 1969 from University of East Africa, Nairobi before working as Permanent Secretary for Local Government and Gender and Community Development Ministries from 1993-1997.

She also worked as State House Controller, Secretary in the Office of the President and a board member in the Human Rights Commission.

Kinalwa is survived by 4 children namely; Henry Kawuma, Lillian Nankya, Michael Busuulwa and Myra Nalule.


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